This June, thousands of you joined the challenge to do something wild every day for a month as part of The Wildlife Trusts' 30 Days Wild initiative.
Congratulations! You have made it to the end of your 30 Days challenge! We hope you enjoyed your random acts of wildlife, now it's time to stay wild!
Tens of thousands of people took part all over the UK, sharing their random acts of wildness on social media. If you want to see some highlights from #30DaysWild in Lancashire, take a look at our blog here
If you don't want your challenge to end, or you missed out altogether, don't panic! There's lots of ways you can stay wild for 365 days a year. Here are a few ideas:
Visit a nature reserve
Your local wild space is an ideal retreat for your random act of wildness. Choose your local reserve here
Become a member
The best way to stay wild is to become a member and help protect your local wildlife and wild places for the future. Find out more here
We encourage you to share as many photos and videos of you and your friends, family and colleagues getting involved with staying wild after 30 Days Wild.
Make sure you use the hashtag #30DaysWild on any posts, to help us spread the word!
After some inspiration?
Here's a quick selection of ideas for your random acts of wildness that should get you started if you are struggling for inspiration!
Feel the wild landscapes through the soles of your feet - sand, grass, pebbles, water
Wear daisies & dandelions to jazz up any outfit - in your hair or round your wrist!
Do your regular activities or hobbies in the wild, whether it is reading a book outside, going for a run, or even doing some yoga!
Literally get in touch with nature by hugging a tree!
- Encourage colleagues at work by holding outdoor meetings, or even decorating your desk with flowers or a plant.