Today I round up my Not 30 Days Wild environmental activities for June, because the rest of the month I’ll be too busy with family birthdays. Two of those are taking place in a garden/arboretum, so I expect there’ll be
Part 3 of my Great Plastics Project takes me back to compare my plastics use in April 2022 with 2021, as reported in this post. And… it’s time for #30DaysWild again, but I haven’t signed up for it because… why?
This Insect Survey was something I stumbled upon thanks to the BTO’s enewsletter. Apart from the fact I’m always up for ten minutes just standing and watching some flowers, it’s good to be useful in gathering real scientific data that
Yes, another 30DaysWild is over, but as you’ll see from Tuesday’s post (if it ever goes up) I have another fun thing to keep me thinking of wild things for the rest of the summer. Second Half Update For the
Part 2 of my Great Plastics Project is to analyse the contents of my month’s accumulation of plastic and work out where it can go. If I can’t recycle it, I want to work out how to avoid bringing it
Mid-month Catch-up? Yes, we’re already over halfway through June, and the longest day (northern hemisphere) is fast approaching. Several other deadlines are already here, so I don’t know what I’ve been doing since the end of May… oh yes, #30DaysWild!
Tunnel is this week’s #writephoto prompt. I’m still doing #30DaysWild, so my thoughts turned to nature writing again. It’s lovely to see the number of participants in #writephoto growing again, and that’s all thanks to KL Caley hosting it at
My Plastics Project started as a result of reading Finding Sustainability, which was published last week. In it, the author led us on his journey to at least starting to produce less plastic waste, and to encourage his customers to
Beach is this week’s #writephoto prompt, with a great picture from KL Caley. Check other stories, articles and poems at New 2Writing.com. It’s also my thought for #30DaysWild today. One of the Random Acts of Wildness I did a couple
Gilbert White, the 18th century naturalist, lived in Selborne, about 20 miles away from me in Hampshire. His house and garden was my first 30DaysWild excursion this year. I set off in the fourth day of wall-to-wall sunshine (as forecast),
Another June! They seem to come round so quickly. I’ve been taking part in the UK Wildlife Trusts’ awareness raiser #30DaysWild for some time now. This is what’s planned for 2021. Another June of Wild Writing The plan is to
Years events is a term I cobbled together for my penultimate post in this year’s A to Z Challenge. I don’t often do the Road Trip, but since I’ve spent so much of this month just writing, and only commenting
It’s the final week, in fact the final day of the 2020 30 Days Wild challenge. For me it’s been pretty much a washout. To review the final week first… Monday: I did the round up of the previous week.
I chose Meadowland to read during #30DaysWild because it seemed the right thing to do. It was on my list for may reasons, not only for its wildlife story, but for research purposes. You may remember that five (already?) years
Third week of 30 Days Wild. It always seems to be the difficult one. Given the change in the weather, and the impact of decorating on every other aspect of life in the house which is in semi-lockdown, I think