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Take Part in 30 Days Wild this June

This June, The Wildlife Trusts are encouraging us all to go wild. Their challenge is simple - carry out a Random Act of Wildness every day for 30 days. Random Acts of Wildness can be anything from feeding the birds in your garden to taking a lunchtime stroll. It's simply about making time to connect with nature, or doing something small to help your local wildlife.

 

This June, The Wildlife Trusts are encouraging us all to go wild. Their challenge is simple - carry out a Random Act of Wildness every day for 30 days. Your Random Acts of Wildness can be anything from feeding the birds in your garden to taking a lunchtime stroll. It's simply about making the time to connect with the nature around you, or doing something small to help your local wildlife.

When you register to take part in 30 days wild you can do so as an individual, school or workplace. You will then be sent a free pack to help you plan your wild month. To get your free 30 Days Wild pack, which includes stickers, a wall chart and a seed paper flower register here. There are also lots of ideas to inspire you on the 30 Days Wild website.

Last year, we rose to the challenge and blogged our Random Acts of Wildness every day for the month of June. The kids and I had an amazing month, and loved spending time each day with nature. You can find all our 30 Days Wild craft and activity posts here, plus lots more inspiration on our #30dayswild pinterest board.

This June, The Wildlife Trusts are encouraging us all to go wild. Their challenge is simple - carry out a Random Act of Wildness every day for 30 days. Your Random Acts of Wildness can be anything from feeding the birds in your garden to taking a lunchtime stroll. It's simply about making the time to connect with the nature around you, or doing something small to help your local wildlife.

This year we plan to share lots more of our ideas to encourage you to get outside and spend time with nature. One such project is our Swallow Cam which we have built ourselves and which will allow us a window into the lives of the beautiful swallows that nest in our shed every year. You can check out our swallow cam live feed and our other nature videos over on our YouTube channel.

 

We have built our own Swallow Cam using a Raspberry Pi so that we can watch the swallows in our shed raise and fledge their young. Check out how we did it, and what you'll need to make your own.

So whether it's climbing a tree in the woods, or taking five minutes to watch a bee go from flower to flower make June your month for going a bit wild.

 

This June, The Wildlife Trusts are encouraging us all to go wild. Their challenge is simple - carry out a Random Act of Wildness every day for 30 days. Your Random Acts of Wildness can be anything from feeding the birds in your garden to taking a lunchtime stroll. It's simply about making the time to connect with the nature around you, or doing something small to help your local wildlife.

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6 Comments

  • Reply Kellie

    I hope to join you for a few! Well not literally (that would be awesome but not doable). I’ll join from afar.

    May 25, 2017 at 8:39 pm
    • Reply Sarah - Craft Invaders

      That would be awesome Kelly, I love to think of you and the girls joining in, in your little corner of the US!

      June 8, 2017 at 9:02 am
  • Reply Su {Ethan & Evelyn}

    This is such a great idea! We missed it last year for some reasons. But we love to get involve this year. Thank you for the reminder. x #Outdoorbloggers

    May 13, 2017 at 7:28 pm
  • Reply Mother of 3

    I love this! Pinned and shared. Such a fun way to intentionally focus on nature.

    May 11, 2017 at 8:13 pm
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