Last year, our 30 Days Wild film was viewed nearly 200,000 times across the world. This year, we want you to take part...
Fancy yourself as a television star? Want to share your love of the wild with the world? Or maybe you just want to be part of the UK's leading nature challenge?
Upload your films here: dropbox.com/sh/rvw1yfcggccv7id/AAAOq0dVUxio_Bv-L5L_9x6Oa?dl=0
We're looking for you to send us your ideas for Random Acts of Wildness - in film form. In no more than 10 seconds, we need you to capture your favourite Random Act of Wildness on camera and upload it to our Dropbox account. Then we'll edit them all together to create a gorgeous, fun and funky film that captures just how amazing wildlife and wild places are - and why you should want to go wild this June.
It doesn't matter how good (or bad!) the quality is - a camera phone will do just fine. If you've got footage from last year, that's great, but pick a sunny day if you'd like to film something new.
Think about different perspectives, ideas and locations, and get creative:
- Making elderflower cordial from scratch
- Use a GoPro to follow a bumblebee
- Sniffing wildflowers in the garden
- Exploring an urban jungle
- Feeling sand or grass between your toes
Try to make sure that there's some audio, too - a short sentence saying what you're doing. Upload your films here.
30 Days Wild challenges you to do something wild every day for the month of June. That's 30 days, and 30 Random Acts of Wildness.
Shutting your eyes to listen to bird song. Taking a wild walk at lunchtime. Lying back in the long grass. Searching out urban wildlife. Talking to someone your street about nature. Using wild ingredient to mix a wild cocktail.
We'll have loads of ways to inspire adults, kids and families alike to go wild no matter where you live. It's all about finding nature close to you and fitting it into your every day lives. We'll support you with packs of inspiring ideas, goodies to motivate you and help you plot your progess, and your Wildlife Trust will have events going on in your area.
Are you a teacher? We'd love to hear your ideas for taking 30 Days Wild into schools. Please contact us for more information and to share your thoughts.
If you'd like to find out more about 30 Days Wild 2015, and our plans for 2016, please contact Lucy McRobert on firstname.lastname@example.org.