30 Days Wild resources

Please join your local wildlife trust today

Please join your local wildlife trust today

Please join your local wildlife trust today

Photos E Wilson, Anne-Marie Randall and Matthew RobertsPhotos E Wilson, Anne-Marie Randall and Matthew Roberts

Share our 30 Days Wild campaign with friends, family and colleagues. Encourage them to go wild this June too, and discover that all our lives are better when they’re a bit wild! #30DaysWild

We've made a whole range of resources so you can spread the word about 30 Days Wild. Get everyone to join in and see who can do the most Random Acts of Wildness this June! 

Add graphics to your Twitter and Facebook profiles, download the 30 Days Wild poster to put up at work, your gym and local pub, liven up your computer with our desktop wallpaper. You can also give your social media profile pic a special 30 Days Wild logo, find out more here.

Don't forget to sign up to 30 Days Wild too!

Twitter header images - click on the images below to download a full size version

      

 

Facebook cover images - click on the images below to download a full size version

      

Posters - click on the images below to download a full size poster to print at home

    

30 Days Wild desktop wall paper for your computer or tablet


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Your local Wildlife Trust

Adonis blue by Colin Williams

 

Photo credit: Adonis blue by Colin Williams.

Your local Wildlife Trust brings people and nature together to protect our environment. Our experts work with more than 1,400 volunteers to look after over 80 nature reserves, four education centres and run hundreds of amazing events. We rely on the generosity of individuals, charitable trusts and businessesSupport our work by donating just £5 a month.

Latest blog

Photo by Paul Simmons

"I have recently been surveying for water vole activity on the River Cole in West Oxfordshire, from its confluence with the Thames at Lechlade upstream to the Coleshill Estate, which is managed by the National Trust"

Surveying Water Voles

Volunteer with us

Snakeshead Fritillaries Survey by BBOWT

Do your bit to help local wildlife.

Find out about volunteering opportunities here.