Get wild at home

Get wild at Home

Blue tit, Sharon Dale via Flickr

There are plenty of ways to reconnect with nature from your own home

2021 hasn't quite started in the way we had hoped and we find ourselves spending more time at home again.

Engaging with nature is more important than ever during these winter months and we are here to support you. It is proven that a daily dose of nature improves your mental health, so we've got a few hints and tips of ways you can get wild at home, engage children with wild education and find your inner peace with a daily dose of wellbeing.

We will keep updating this page with even more things you can do to boost your mood and keep healthy whilst spending time indoors and around the garden, so don't forget to check back regularly

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