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Go 12 Days Wild with the Wildlife Trusts

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Join in the fun from 25th December through to 5th January with the Wildlife Trusts!

It’s time for their 12 Days Wild, when the Wildlife Trusts encourage us all to do one wild thing a day – perhaps to go stargazing, or recycle a Christmas tree, or feed the birds – something like that.

You could take small actions to help nature or do something to connect with the natural world!

Let's grow our love for nature in 2024 and protect it

You can register with the Wildlife Trusts online to get going and they’ll send you activity suggestions.

And if you’ve missed out on the 12 Days Wild dates, why not simply create your own 12 Days Wild Challenge and keep track of the actions you take?

There’s nothing like being with nature!  Find the nature reserve nearest you.  And find your nearest Wildlife Trust here.

You can find out more about the Wildlife Trusts here - there are 46 of them around the country.  

Their purpose is "to bring wildlife back, to empower people to take meaningful action for nature, and to create an inclusive society where nature matters. "

And their vision is of "a thriving natural world, with our wildlife and natural habitats playing a valued role in addressing the climate and ecological emergencies, and everyone inspired to get involved in nature’s recovery."

Go to the Wildlife Trust's website here to find out more about 12 Days Wild and to register.

"Humankind’s greatest priority is to reintegrate with the natural world."

Jonathon Porritt

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