How to Stay Wild (after 30 Days Wild)!
With over 1.8 MILLION Random Acts of Wildness, thousands of posts, tweets and pics country wide, we've come to the end of 30 Days Wild. Now, we want you to Stay Wild!
We think the best way to stay wild is with your local Wildlife Trust. Of course, we would say that, but we do have lots of ways that you can stay wild all year around - volunteer with us, take part in events or explore your nearest nature reserve. You could even become a member and support wildlife near you every single day.
So, just because June has come to an end, it doesn’t mean that you have to stop loving, experiencing and taking action for nature - here's a few ideas to help you #StayWild
How you can help wildlife
Become a member of Dorset Wildlife Trust
If you loved 30 Days Wild, you'll love being a member. Find out more...
Wildlife Friendly Garden Scheme
Hundreds have already joined our free scheme. Find out how to claim your garden plaque
Help to record local wildlife
Help us record the wildlife in Dorset by getting involved in one of our survey projects. Find out more
Get Out & Explore
Our Volunteering Programme Manager, Steve, is bound to have the perfect volunteering activity for you this month!
With over 40 nature reserves to explore in Dorset, why not get out and explore?
Events in Dorset
From Volunteering to days out & talks, we hope you find something to interest you.
Watch Our Webcam
Join us as we watch a wildlife webcam. Bound to be interesting viewing!
Hundreds of people regularly receive our email newsletters on subjects from volunteering to marine news.
Groups you can join
Dorset Wildlife Photographic Group
Join and find out more about the group by clicking here
Come along to an Event
Whether you enjoy walking, talking or getting dirty there's an event for you Browse our Events Guide
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