30 Days Wild

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30 Days Wild in Dorset

1 - 30 June 2022

The UK's month-long nature challenge

30 Days Wild is The Wildlife Trusts' annual nature challenge where we ask the nation to do one 'wild' thing a day every day throughout June.

Your daily wild activities can be anything you like - you might be having breakfast with the birds on Monday, feeling the grass between your toes on Tuesday, and watching wildlife webcams on Wednesday. There’s no set structure, so you can take part in a way that suits you. Alongside benefiting your local wildlife, taking part in 30 Days Wild is scientifically proven to make you feel happier, healthier, and more connected to nature.

Across Dorset, there are so many opportunities to connect with nature from the beautiful Jurassic coast to chalk streams, forests, heaths and meadows. To mark the 30 Days Wild Weekend on Saturday 18 June, there will be a series of events at Dorset Wildlife Trust visitor centres including the opportunity to explore moths at the Kingcombe Visitor Centre or take part in the Brownsea Island early bird walk and breakfast. Lots more events to take part in here Events | Dorset Wildlife Trust

Anyone can take part in 30 Days Wild, we even have resources for schools, care homes and businesses. Sign up and request your free postal or digital pack and get ready to go wild in June!

  Sign up for 30 Days Wild here 

I’m really looking forward to getting involved with 30 Days Wild this summer. I like it because it's open to everyone and we can all benefit by giving just an ounce of effort!
James McVey of The Vamps
The Wildlife Trusts ambassador