The 20th March 2023 is Global Rewilding Day and this year the theme is #RewildingHope
Rewilding Europe say
"Rewilding is a progressive approach to conservation. It’s about letting nature take care of itself, enabling natural processes to shape land and sea, repair damaged ecosystems and restore degraded landscapes. Through rewilding, wildlife’s natural rhythms create wilder, more biodiverse habitats."
There are rewilding projects all over the world taking place and to find out more, visit
So what can you do on Global Rewilding Day?
Increase your knowledge
However much you know about rewilding at the moment, take this opportunity to find out more about it. What is it, what difference will it make, what are the benefits to people and wildlife and the natural world? What successful rewildilng projects have there been already?
1. Make a video!
Make a one minute film on the theme of Rewilding Hope – talk about your favourite places, successes, rewilding people, species, the benefits of rewilding for people and wildlife. Tag #RewildingHope and @globalrewildingalliance.
2. Raise awareness
Help to get the message out of rewilding among your friends and family. The plan is to make a thunderclap for rewilding on World Rewilding Day with the hashtag #RewildingHope – and to promote success stories.
LinkedIn: Global Rewilding Alliance
Think about what you can do to bring some wild into your garden! Will you share some of it with wildlife? If so, what can you do? Every single action will help wildlife, however large or small your space. The only thing that won't help them is not doing anything at all! Get some ideas here