Tuesday, 19 June 2018

#30DaysWild - London Wildlife Trust - Day 18


App challenge is to use a re-usable cup.

https://twitter.com/a_naturespath/status/1008652130163613697?s=19

Especially with pollution in the oceans and refuse sites, re-usable cups and containers are a vital part of keeping the air we breathe, breathable. 

When there's litter everywhere and the streets are dirty, it affects our breathing and the hygiene level is low.

Sunday, 17 June 2018

#30DaysWild - London Wildlife Trust - Day 17


App challenge was to shape the book pressed leafs into animal shapes.

https://twitter.com/a_naturespath/status/1008246930160472065?s=19

The challenges really are worth doing.


Saturday, 16 June 2018

#30DaysWild - London Wildlife Trust - Day 16

https://twitter.com/a_naturespath/status/1007968493935976450?s=19


App challenge was to visit a woodland.

A 2-day event is taking place this weekend but trying to find the actual venue area in this woodland proved to be difficult.


Friday, 15 June 2018

#30DaysWild - London Wildlife Trust - Day 15

https://twitter.com/a_naturespath/status/1007575964006735873?s=19


The app challenge was to dip my feet in a river.

It is just as revitalising as walking barefoot on grass. It's like my mind went back to a moment of how it felt natural to be in touch with nature.

Thursday, 14 June 2018

#30DaysWild - London Wildlife Trust - Day 14

https://twitter.com/a_naturespath/status/1007147126600630272?s=19


The app challenge was to research a wildflower. These could be Sweet Woodruff.




Wednesday, 13 June 2018

#30DaysWild - London Wildlife Trust - Day 13

https://twitter.com/a_naturespath/status/1006818017982976000?s=19

The app challenge is to collect some leaves and press them between books.

I pressed flowered in a cheap flower press when I was at school. It can fill a book of flowers in no time!

Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Olly Murs and his winning team

https://twitter.com/a_naturespath/status/1006466081446354944?s=19

            Photo credit: Olly Murs (Twitter)