Every June we challenge you to try 30 Days Wild, doing one wild thing a day throughout the month. We call these wild things “Random Acts of Wildness”, and they can be as simple as watching a bird from your window, or as adventurous as exploring a new wild place. At the end of June, we set the challenge to stay wild with your Wildlife Trust for the rest of the year.
But keeping up with your daily doses of nature can be tough, especially as the days start getting shorter. So, to provide a little mid-winter inspiration, we’ve launched our 12 Days of Wild Christmas. The idea is simple: one Random Act of Wildness a day, from Christmas Day to the fifth of January.
It’s the perfect companion to a busy festive period, the chance to take some time to slow down and reconnect with nature - and if you need it, a great excuse to escape the in-laws for a while! We’ve shown through 30 Days Wild that spending time in nature can make you happier and healthier, and that’s as true in winter as it is in the sunny heights of summer.