This June, can you do something wild every day for a month?

Give yourself some time with nature 1/9
Sign up to our challenge and we’ll send you a pack full of encouragement 2/9
Admire the sky as the sun sets in all its colourful glory 3/9
Workout by volunteering for a couple of hours on a nature reserve: it's social and fun too 4/9
Follow a bumblebee on its bustling, bumbling journey - you'll need your eyes and ears to keep up! 5/9
Make lunch-hour your wild-hour: find nature nearby 6/9
Share a close encounter with a favourite species 7/9
Enjoy your evening tipple in the garden... or read your favourite nature book outside 8/9
Start your own wild adventure 9/9
Make room for nature this June - no matter where you are or how busy your life! Make this the month when you do something wild every day – and let us motivate you!

Sign up to our challenge and we’ll send you a pack full of encouragement, ideas and Random Acts of Wildness. You’ll also receive a funky wallchart to track your progress, a wild badge, and regular blasts of inspiration straight to your inbox to help you make nature part of your life.

Click here to sign up!
All Random Acts of Wildness can be done in your average week, mostly in your lunch hour or before or after work. They only take a few minutes, but we’ve included some ideas for weekends, when you can completely lose yourself in nature.
 

All our lives are better if they're a bit wild

Some campaigns ask you for money. Others ask you to bake, grow a moustache or give up things that are bad for you. Well, we’re not asking for you to give us something and we don’t want you to stop doing anything. All we want is for you to give yourself some time with nature.

When you sign up, you’ll get a pack full of ideas, inspiration and information on local events and places you can explore. You’ll get emails throughout the month with links to things you can do near where you live, activities to inspire you and you can also join in with #30DaysWild or through blogging.
 

Make room for nature this June

Wildlife and wild places are closer than you think