Your daily wild activities can be anything you like – you might be having breakfast with the birds on Monday, feeling the grass between your toes on Tuesday, and watching wildlife webcams on Wednesday. There’s no set structure, so you can take part in a way that suits you. Alongside benefiting local wildlife, taking part in 30 Days Wild can make you feel happier, healthier, and more connected to nature.
Anyone can take part and there are plenty of local green initiatives to help you get involved.
For example, help boost local biodiversity and support Woking’s wildflowers. Wildflowers and long grass areas are great for biodiversity, especially for pollinators like bees, butterflies, hoverflies, and other insects.
Also, don’t forget to have your say on the draft Planet Woking Wildlife Gardening Guide created to help you care for your patch in an eco-friendly way that also supports wildlife. The consultation closes at midnight on 9 July 2023.