Keeping it wild - 365 days wild

Zsuzsanna Bird

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in this year's 30 days wild. Now let's go 365 days wild!

We have come to the end of 30 days wild for 2019! We hope everyone has had an amazing time and enjoyed your random acts of daily wildness - we certainly have enjoyed seeing them all!

In Shropshire 870 people signed up to take part - our best year so far! Across the UK nearly 800,000 signed up - next year we are aiming for one million so please do spread the word.

We're sure it's helped you feel happier, healthier and more connected to the natural world. Here are some highlights from social media.

Ways to stay wild

We really hope it doesn't stop here. Taking a little time out regularly to notice the amazing wildlife you encounter is good for you and good for your environment. And we hope you've proved to yourself that it doesn't have to take a lot of time or effort to reap big rewards.

We've got over 40 nature reserves around Shropshire for you to visit, plus a packed calendar of events, workshops, family-friendly fun and loads more going on all year. Staying in touch with us is a great way to keep in the loop about your local wildlife - as well as the best way to ensure it continues to thrive.

If you haven't done so already, sign up for our e newsletter to receive monthly updates.



Join us

By becoming a member you can continue to receive inspirational magazines throughout the year, full of ideas to help you stay wild plus the knowledge that you are helping to support local conservation efforts and wildlife. 

If you become a family member your children will automatically become part of Wildlife Watch - the junior branch of the Wildlife Trusts. This means they will receive their own magazine crammed with activities, wildlife information and ideas of things to do. They will also receive a starter pack which consists of:

  • A membership card
  • A 60 page ‘Wildlife Watcher's Handbook' packed full of activities, amazing photographs, info on UK wildlife and ideas for things to do. Plus Nick Baker, Springwatch star Simon King and other wildlife celebrities talk about their favourite wildlife!
  • A large A2 size UK wildlife poster bursting with amazing animals
  • A sheet of fantastic wildlife stickers
  • A Wildlife Watcher badge
  • Information on our Wildlife Watch Awards schemes

Find out more about membership

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Tom Marshall