Thursday, 19 May 2016

30 Days Wild

I'll be taking part again in 30 Days Wild, the Wildlife Trusts' challenge to do something wild every day during the month of June! Activities can range from identifying a species you haven't identified before to writing a poem, climbing a tree to taking photos. For part of the month I'll be juggling 30 Days Wild with reviewing the Edinburgh International Film Festival as last year (so expect at least one post on birdwatching on film!). I'm delighted to be joining this group of people blogging for 30 Days Wild.

You can see my posts for last year's 30 Days Wild here.

If you want to join in, there's still time to sign up here and you'll receive a pack bursting full of inspiration for activities! You can choose either a digital pack or a paper based pack that will be posted to you!

Meanwhile I'll be taking a short blog break and I'll be back just in time for 30 Days Wild!

12 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, the 30 days wild sounds like fun! I will enjoy following you! Happy Thursday, enjoy your weekend ahead!

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Juliet,

Sounds like a fun thing to do with the challenge - enjoy and have fun and I look forward to seeing what you get up to.
Have a great break
Hugs
Carolyn

Lynn said...

I'll enjoy reading those posts. Have a nice break!

Simon Douglas Thompson said...

Too bad I have my four on four off shift pattern, but I shall try and do something. Does cricket count as wild? *laughs*

Kay Cooke said...

HI Juliet, I am crazily joining in from NZ where it will be mid-winter in June! Looking forward to joining in.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Looking forward to it ...

gabriellebryden said...

what a busy bee :)

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Sounds like an awesome and interesting thing to take part in :) I look forward to following along!

Lowcarb team member said...

Enjoy your short break ...
Look forward to reading more from you again soon!

All the best Jan

A Cuban In London said...

Have a nice break! :-)

Greetings from London.

Geraldine said...

What a great idea. Good luck with the challenge and have a wonderful blog break.:-)

sackerson said...

I might do this myself! Living where I do it shouldn't be hard. I love climbing trees, for a start.