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30 Days Wild: NHBS Update

Poppy Dean
Poppy Dean

30 Days Wild is an annual challenge organised by The Wildlife Trusts which encourages people across Britain to do one wild thing every day in the month of June. This year marks the 10th anniversary of 30 Days Wild, and the Trusts are celebrating with more people than ever. From dining al fresco to taking part in a beach clean, there is something for everyone with this initiative. NHBS are taking part in 30 Days Wild this year, and we would like to share how our staff are exploring the wonders of nature.

Here’s a selection of things we’ve done so far:  

Jo has been working hard to grow strawberries at home and has finally managed to pick the first of her home-grown fruits!  

A strawberry plant on a bed of straw. A juicy red berry is ready to be picked.


Simon has been bird watching at Slapton Sands and Berry Head in the summer sun and has found some fascinating coastal species, including Guillemots and Cormorants. 

A rock face full of nesting birds

A guillemot sits on the ocean surface. It has chocolate brown upper side and white underside with a dark coloured beak


We had a wildlife hunt on our office lawn – #NoMowMay and Let it Bloom June have treated us to an amazing diversity of organisms, including a Southern Marsh Orchid, a Painted Lady Butterfly and a Little Brown Mushroom.  

A painted lady butterfly is perched on a dandelion flower in a lawn.

A little brown mushroom is pictured between blades of grass in a garden lawn


Oli captured a fantastic image of a female Great Spotted Woodpecker while visiting a bird feeder in his local area! 

A great spotted woodpecker is grasping onto a bird feeder full of peanuts.


In Brixham Harbour, Simon has been spotting cetaceans and marine mammals including Harbour Porpoise and Grey Seals!  

A harbour porpoise breaking the waters edge

A grey seal is resting on a large pipe in a harbour.


30 Days Wild has been a great way for all of us at NHBS to explore nature. The initiative is a perfect reminder to take some time outside every day, take a deep breath and to smell the flowers. Follow our journey throughout June on Facebook, Instagram and X (formerly Twitter) – stay tuned to see some wildlife drawings, leaf rubbings and a busy bug hotel!