My word for 2017 and goals I hope to achieve this year, including exploring more, being more eco-friendly and a be little bit wilder.
Today me and the boyfriend took part in RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch that is happening this weekend, and it was a surprisingly eventful hour! I was really excited to take part this year now that we have a good sized back garden with grass, variety of deciduous and evergreen trees and hedges. I've also set up… Continue reading RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch 2017: what we saw!
Falmouth Bay part of Fal and Helford Special Area of Conservation is under threat from dredging. Help stop this needless destruction that will harm wildlife and a beautiful place.
I recently downloaded the Woodland Trust's new tree IDing app onto my phone so I decided to try it out for my bit of wildness today! I'm fortunate to live in a very green town that seems to have a lot of tree cover. Wherever I walk and drive, all the streets except the town… Continue reading 30 Days Wild: Admiring Trees on Day 8
Collection of interesting links ranging from my book review to ideas for camping to a new way to tackle our oceans' plastic problem.
It’s nearly my favourite time of the year, the beginning of summer. Bursts of heavy greenery crowding the trees and verges. Birds native and migratory frolicking and singing. Bees and butterflies adding to the harmony. Breathing in the scented air (then coughing from the ravages of hayfever). Throwing on shorts, t-shirt and sunglasses with no… Continue reading Add a little wildness to your days this June
The bluebells are blooming this time of year but they are in decline. We need to be act now to stop them disappearing.
Nine fun activities in the UK to get you back in touch with nature and the wild. Including falconry, treasure hunting and wolves.
Interesting environmental links and reads from the past month. From the stunning Wildlife Photographer of the Year winner to bio urns to how to help your mental wellbeing with nature.
Why we suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and how it shows our deep connection with nature and the outdoor environment.