Thousands of nature lovers will be waking up ‘the wild way’ with a big wild breakfast to kick off the Wildlife Trust’s ‘30 Days Wild’ scheme.

This year the UK’s biggest nature challenge starts on June 1 with a mass outdoor breakfast.

Last year more than 6,000 people across Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Buckinghamshire took part in the national 30 Days Wild challenge.

To take part wildlife enthusiasts are asked to pledge to do one wild thing every day during the month of June. ‘Random act of wildness’ include listening to birdsong, taking wildlife photographs, going on a bug hunt, jumping in puddles or planting seeds.

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Everyone taking part in the kick-off breakfast event is encouraged to see how much wildlife they can spot in 30 minutes.

Participants can sign up to 30 Days Wild via and recive a free pack full of educational and fun resources for individuals, schools, care homes and businesses.

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