30 Days Wild

30 Days Wild

Matthew Roberts

Join the UK's month-long nature challenge

30 Days Wild is the UK's month-long nature challenge. Can you do something wild every day for 30 days? We're giving you lots of ideas from your Wildlife Trust to inspire you to stay wild all throughout June (and beyond!). 

You can visit our pages especially for schools, businesses and extra downloads - don't worry, there's still plenty of time to take part!

Big Wild Weekend
Big Wild Weekend

Join the Big Wild Weekend

On the 15th and 16th June, we're running over 100 wild events all around the UK to help you discover wildlife and wild places on your doorstep. Join your Wildlife Trust as they search for bugs, listen to birdsong, identify wildflowers, throw wild parties, camp out in the wild, dance to music, explore hidden jungles - everyone is welcome!

Big Wild Weekend

You're not too late!

Don't panic! June may have started, but you still can, too. If you missed out on signing up, you can still get your hands on a pack. Just head to our downloads page & print out a pack at home!


What is a Random Act of Wildness?

A Random Act of Wildness is any thing that you can do in an average working day to bring a little nature into your life. They can take a few seconds, a few minutes, or if you lose yourself completely, a few hours! We've got 101 ideas below - but you can make up your own, too!

Don't forget to share your month with us using #30DaysWild

30 Days Wild App
30 Days Wild App

Don't get stuck for inspiration when you're out and about

Download our app today for your daily Random Act of Wildness wherever you are!


Who are The Wildlife Trusts?

No matter where you are in the UK, your Wildlife Trust is protecting and standing up for wildlife and wild places in your area. We connect local people to nature on their doorsteps; restore diverse wild places and look after thousands of nature reserves for future generations; and inspire people to take action for wildlife. We believe that everyone can make a positive difference to their local environment and that by working together we can achieve nature’s recovery on land and at sea