Are you ready to go WILD with The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales this June? 30 Days Wild is back and bigger than ever! Sign up is now open for this month-long national nature challenge and people can order their free packs at www.wildlifetrusts.org/30DaysWild and start planning their 30 Days Wild which starts on Saturday 1st June.
Last year 30 Days Wild was a record breaker with over 350,000 people embracing the challenge of experiencing nature every day during June across the UK.
Carys Evans, Communications and Fundraising Officer for Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales said; “30 Days Wild is such a fun thing to do and everyone can get involved – make a daisy chain, start a list of wildlife you see in your garden, look for animal tracks or feel cool grass between your toes. You can sign up now to get your free pack of goodies, including stickers, wallchart and lots more Random Acts of Wildness to help you to plan your wild month. Get your family, friends, school, work place or care home involved too. We can’t wait to share in everybody’s wild adventures!”
In the standard pack, there’s a handy pocket-sized guide to 101 Random Acts of Wildness, a packet of wildflower seeds, a wall chart to make memories of your wild month, and wild-at-heart stickers to share with family and friends. For the first time, the Wildlife Trusts have also produced a pack for care homes alongside packs for schools and businesses. Research has shown that providing contact with nature can help people to feel happier and healthier.
One of 30 Days Wild’s highlights, the Big Wild Weekend will take place on 15th-16th June. The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales invite you to take part in one of their exciting wild events. Discover the magnificent creatures that live at Parc Slip Nature Reserve in a self-guided trail. If marine life is more your thing, attend the Dolphin Watch Picnic at the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre on 15th June between 11am and 1pm. Wonderful wild adventures await!
Now in its fifth year, 30 Days Wild participants can keep up to date and share the fun and activities across social media using #30DaysWild. The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales would love to see your wild adventures – share them via social media @WTSWW.
Sign up now at www.wildlifetrusts.org/30DaysWild for your free pack.