Day 1 of #30DaysWild

Durham Wildlife Trust 30dayswild, News


#30DaysWild got off to a flying start at Durham Wildlife Trust with Andy Smith from Intimation taking a moment in the morning sun to listen to the birds’ chorus;

@andyiansmith – “The sun is shining, birds singing, perfect way to start #30DaysWild”

DWT Member, Jackie Reynold-Sinc, donned her favourite hedgehog earrings in celebration of the first day of #30DaysWild;

@ReySincJackie – “To mark the start of @30DaysWild I’m wearing my hedgehog earrings”

And our very own Emily Routelegde, Membership Development Officer, took the opportunity to enjoy breakfast al fresco;

@EmilyRoutledge – “Starting easy with weetabix al fresco #30dayswild @durhamwildlife”

Vivien Kent, Durham Wildlife Trust’s Conservation and Mammal Web Officer spotted this Ermine Moth, a a priority species on the UK UK Biodiversity Action Plan;

White ermine moth – a priority species on the UK UK Biodiversity Action Plan (Image: Vivien Kent)

We hope your first day of #30dayswild was as wild as ours – join us tomorrow for day #2. Click here to find out more about 30dayswild and to learn how you can get involved.