Of all the wild things I did over June, I had one clear winner for my photograph of the month.
Portrait of a Lesser Black-Backed Gull!
Click here to see my photo from last month here.
Here is the last 10 days of my 30 Days Wild!
Day 21 – Who knew that an old dry log would be so interesting!
Day 22 – Today I spent time watching a Goldfinch investigating the bark of a tree!
Day 23 – Popped by my local Kestrel nest … I’m not sure who was watching who today!
Day 24 – I was given the choice between doing the books or counting the bugs!
Day 25 – Stuck in traffic? I decided to do a long distance plant survey! I counted 19 different species between two junctions!
Day 26 – Today I rescued a bee from the office, two beetles from the classrooms and a bush cricket from butterfly house!
Day 27 – Paused to admire this beautiful fungus growing at the base of dead tree!
Day 28 – Today I enjoyed blue skies, green fields and wild views along the Severn Valley Railway!
Day 29 – I got to enjoy the flutterings of these stunning Scarlet Tigers!
Day 30 – On the last wild day of June, I found this old tractor being reclaimed by the wild!
I have really enjoyed doing 30 Days Wild. Being with the wild is something I naturally do every day, so I will be staying wild! I hope that you all will be too!