One of the most exciting things about 30 Days Wild is that it challenges you to look for nature everywhere.
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Kate and 10 week old Arthur share their 30 Days Wild 2021 adventures.
30 Days Wild 2021 is here! We will be updating this blog daily with new activities to inspire your Random Acts of Wildness.
In one school in Cambridgeshire, 30 Days Wild in June was used as a way to get even more kids looking at the wild world around them, with great success, as teacher Judith explains...
June is a great time of year to look out for bats - and it makes a super 30 Days Wild activity! Our Volunteer Communities and Wildlife Officer Megan gives us the lowdown on these marvellous…
It's June! And that means doing something that connects you with nature every day this month. There are LOADS of ways to get involved...
Juliette Butler explains how you can learn how to identify water bugs in your garden pond, or local waterways
A round-up of this June's 30 Days Wild from all around our three counties
We've been gathering a wild rainbow for the first week of 30 Days Wild
Two 30 Days Wild participants share their stories from a wild June