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Go wild this June!

This June, The Wildlife Trusts are once again challenging you to commit a random act of wildness a day. Many people do not realise how important it is to be connected to their local wildlife and how easy it is to experience it and even help it out. The 30 days wild challenge aims to help us reconnect with nature and the stunning wildlife we have around us.

What is a random act of wildness?

30 Days Wild Challenge - Norfolk Hawker Dragonfly
Norfolk Hawker Dragonfly © Paul Ritchie

It could be something as simple as reading a book in your garden whilst listening to the blackbirds sing, or if you are feeling more adventurous, you could spend a day wildlife watching or volunteering at one of the beautiful nature reserves across Norfolk, Suffolk and the Broads National Park. It doesn't matter how small or easy the act is, they are all equally important. Check out the 30 Days Wild website for some great wild inspiration!

How do I get involved?

Free information packs are available to help inspire you to get wild, but you can use your imagination to come up with your own wild activities too. We want to encourage people from all different backgrounds to take part, whether you are young, old, a wildlife expert or a total novice. Over 26,000 people signed up and committed to the challenge.

Don't forget to share your 30 days wild experiences using the #30DaysWild hashtag on social media and make sure you tag the Broads National Park - we'd love to see your wild experiences in the Broads!

Visit the 30 Days Wild website for more information and to sign up.

Kingfisher image © Brian Macfarlane