30 Days Wild is a project organised by the Wildlife Trusts to encourage people to engage with the natural world during June. If you sign up, they will send you a daily suggested activity (particularly useful if you have children!) or you can make up your own challenges.
I always like to look around and see what's changing in the natural world. It's interesting to see the seeds developing on the trees at the moment. The elm fruits, containing their seeds, are ripe
and in places the ground is carpeted with them
Meanwhile the sycamore flowers are turning into fruits
and some are already maturing
and the conkers are forming on the horse chestnut tree
For more on the horse chestnut tree, you can catch up with my Tree Following posts here.