It’s once again time for The Wildlife Trust’s yearly 30 Days Wild project, a commitment from people all over the UK to get more involved and learn about the nature around us. There are events, talks and opportunities to visit the Wildlife Trust’s nature reserves during this time, and with the arrival of our summer migrants and blooming wildflowers – there is never a better time for it!
My 30 Days Wild
My pledge this year is to better understand and get involved with the nature in and around Cardiff as a member of the public, and how we can protect it better as a community. I’ll do this by discovering the different habitats in Cardiff and understanding why it’s important to the species who live there. It’s also important to understand the threats these places face, as well as the positive community action which aims to protect them.
I’m excited to get involved and widen my knowledge of Cardiff’s place as a ‘green city’, as well as sharing my discoveries with you! And of course, there will be plenty of photos of my finds going up here and on my Instagram! If you’d like to follow me during the 30 Days Wild, here’s a list of where you can find me!
Instagram – @wildly_pip
Twitter – @wildlypip
WordPress – Wildly Pip