This year’s 30 Days Wild is a record breaker. The challenge, which ends today, saw more participants than ever before. New analysis by The Wildlife Trusts show a 40 per cent increase on last year.
The Wildlife Trusts estimate that over 350,000 people took part in this month’s national nature challenge, pledging to explore nature on their doorstep every day during June.
Lucy McRobert who leads 30 Days Wild for The Wildlife Trusts said:
“We estimate that if every person who signed up through their home, family, school or business carried out 30 Random Acts of Wildness, that would be over 10 million special moments with nature. We know that joining in with 30 Days Wild makes people feel happier and healthier and we have also discovered that it’s helping people see beauty in nature.”