I had grand plans that I was going to follow the #30DaysWild and post a blog each day of our adventures in the wild and finding the wild in our neighbourhood but clearly like most of my good blogging intentions that didn’t happen.
June was a funny month with a wide range of weather which lead to lots of conversations about how butterflies and bees like the sunny days but slugs and snails like the damp and rainy days. We saved a bee from the path and popped it on a flower and we saves a snail from the drive way where it might get crushed and put it in the hedge.
In no particular order – here are 30 wild things we did see in June though:
- willow tree
- dandelions (and blowing dandelion clocks)
- oak tree
- fish (in the river – maybe a stickleback or a minnow?)
- stinging nettles
and there were even more I’m sure.