The Wildlife Trust 30 days wild challenge in June 2015. Getting back to nature is so good for the soul and I really enjoyed the challenge.
Day 1: Find an egg shell. This one is a pheasant.
Day 2: Walk around local nature reserve. I found lots of bugs!
Day 3: Windy day selfie
Day 4: Admiring the landscape at Sudbury meadows
Day 5: After the rain
Day 6: Got up early to watch the sunrise
Day 7: Spotted a hare in the meadows
Day 8: Hug a tree
Day 9: Forage elderflower. Champagne in the brewing.
Day 10: Feeding the ducks peas.
Day 11: Feeding the garden birds and topping up my feeders
Day 12: Collect grasses
Day 13: Learn about bees. We spotted these at a local craft fair.
Day 14: Collect bugs. I visited a local nature watch group.
Day 15: Walk the dog
Day 16: Watching the birds in the garden
Day 17: Followed a bumblebee
Day 18: Pressed some flowers
Day 19: Saved a bee with sugar water
Day 20: Walk barefoot on the grass
Day 21: Picked some strawberries from the garden
Day 22: Camp fire tea with the Green Light Project
Day 23: Flower picking
Day 24: Parklife. Feeding the squirrels and birds at Abbey gardens.
Day 25: Helped a fledgling at the local pub with seed and water
Day 26: Edible flowers for me and great for the bees too!
Day 27: Planting some lettuce leaves
Day 28: Stop to smell the flowers
Day 29: Founds some jelly ear fungi
Day 30: All the feathers I collected over the 30 days challenge. To top it off the wildlife trust regramed my pic on instagram. WOOP WOOP!!!