30 Days Wild Day 5

Today I’m afraid you’ll just have to suffice with a painting of a badger I did for GCSE art – I am really finding it difficult to fit in much around school hours and revision. This particular painting was in a much more creative style than my normal paintings, and is more to some people’s Read More…

#30 Days Wild Day 4

Yesterday, I’m afraid was another failed quest. I had hoped to bring you films of badger cubs, but unfortunately, because of exams, I couldn’t stay up late enough to see them. Instead, I simply spent an hour sitting on The Fallen Tree in the woods, revising Physics and waiting for some small bushy humbugs with Read More…

30 Days Wild – Day 3

For day 3 of 30 days wild, I visited a local nature reserve with a friend – Thursley Common. There are a surprising number of small nature reserves dotted about (at least in this part of the world) and if you look on a map you’ll probably find there’s an RSPB or Wildlife Trusts reserve Read More…

30 Days Wild Day 2

Now I have to admit, this blog post isn’t quite as exciting as yesterday’s. I meant to go nest finding today, but I had very little success. But, as always when you take a stroll into the wild, you always see something. So instead, my 30 days wild activity ended up being ‘Go on a Read More…

30 Days Wild – Day 1

30 days wild is a challenge set up by the Wildlife Trusts, where they give people the task of doing something ‘wild’ every day of June. In doing this they hope to introduce wildlife and nature into more people’s lives, which not only means that more people will care for the wildlife, but also more Read More…