30 Days Wild 2021 Days 21 – 30

Welcome to the final stretch of my 30 Days Wild Challenge! In this blog I’ll be going through days 21 – 30 of my 30 Days Wild challenge from The Wildlife Trusts. Every year in the month of June we are challenged to do something “wild” to connect with nature. If you haven’t already seen…

30 Days Wild 2021 Days 16 – 20

Welcome to days 16 – 20 of my 30 Days Wild challenge from The Wildlife Trusts. Every year in the month of June we are challenged to do something “wild” to connect with nature. If you haven’t already seen Days 1-5, Days 6-10 and Days 11-15, you can catch up on my blog. Day 16…

30 Days Wild 2021 Days 11 – 15

Welcome to days 11 – 15 of my 30 Days Wild challenge from The Wildlife Trusts. Every year in the month of June we are challenged to do something “wild” to connect with nature. If you haven’t already seen Days 1-5 and Days 6-10 you can catch up on my blog. Day 11 of 30…

30 Days Wild 2021 Days 1 – 5

It’s June which means one thing – #30daywild 🌿 I’ve now been taking part in this initiative by The Wildlife Trust for 7 years! Blogging, photographing, read, creating and videoing my way through many different wildlife and nature related experiences. I’ve even been on Radio BBC Scotland speaking about the challenge before! In 2020 it…

Easy Bird Feeders – Day 4 of #30DaysWild

This activity is quick and simple that it even held the attention of my 3 year old. Having said that, it may have just been the peanut butter. You will have to judge yourself when you see the video 😂🤦 I’ve seen this tutorial all over social media recently and it is the perfect 30…

Planting Sunflowers & Radishes – Day 2 of #30DaysWild

Day 2 of #30dayswild saw us planting up our sunflower and radish seeds we got from our May edition of our Mud & Bloom box. Mud & Bloom are a subscription box that send you nature inspired activities each month. We got our first one from a friend as a gift for Robin’s 3rd birthday….

#30DaysWild 2020 – Here We Come!

Oh it is good to be back! I’ve been away from blogging for too long. What better way to start again than during June, the official 30 Days Wild month! This is the 6th year I have taken part in the challenge! In that time I’ve had a child (Robin now 3) which changed my…

Four Nature Books for Toddlers – Day 10 #30dayswild

Robin loves to read and if the book has flaps to lift up, even better! Quite often when he first wakes up he points to his books to read one, and last thing at night it is the same. As you can imagine a lot of his books are centred around nature. Last year I…

Persley Walled Garden – Day 8 #30dayswild

Day 8 of #30dayswild looks at one of those locations which you drive past frequently and always think “I should go there” and rarely ever do! For me that is Persley Walled Garden in Aberdeen. I’ve been there a few times but not since last year. In fact one outing to Persley Walled Garden was…

Getting Ready for 30 Days Wild 2018

It is almost June, which means it is almost time for the Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild challenge! This will be my 4th year taking part in the challenge and this year I will be blogging and sharing my adventures with Robin Oleander on my social media accounts. Make sure you don’t miss out by…

Looking Back at #30DaysWild 2017 – Day 30

Today is the final day of #30DaysWild 2017! Firstly I want to congratulate all the people who took the time to get involved this month. I am sure you agree by taking part you have seen many new things during the month, and made some lovely memories. To everyone who has blogged, good job! Blogging…

Save and Grow Trees – Day 28 of #30DaysWild 2017

Day 28 of #30DaysWild looks at young trees I have growing in my garden. A couple of years ago when digging up the soil in my front garden I found a little acorn which had started to germinate. I decided to plant it up in a pot and see what would happen. Over the last…