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Issue 6 #wildinside
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Hi <<First Name>>,
your weekly window to inspiration, activities, and a little bit of joy and wildness closer to home in these difficult times.
Something to enter
Calling all budding writers and poets
Today we are launching our writing competition for all ages, inviting you to submit your works of poetry or prose on the subject of
the wild inside.
Prizes will be awarded to the best poetry and best prose for under- and over-18s.
Renowned nature writer,
(pictured), will judge the entries.
for rules and how to submit your piece.
Something to learn
Singing lessons with the birds
Many of us are noticing the birds are sounding much louder right now, but do you know your robins from your blackbirds?
Our friends at the The Wildlife Trusts help you understand the dawn chorus
in this video
from their Wildlife Wednesday series.
Something to watch
Through adventure, Katherine found her passion to care for the marine environment
Something to join
Free nature writing workshops
has put together a series of talks and workshops connecting people with nature.
Find out more about their nature writing workshops, reading groups and talks with writers including Robert Macfarlane
Something to read
Sandwood Country Almanac
conservation officer, Carrie, lives next to Sandwood Bay and is keeping a diary of what she sees on her daily walks there.
Read the first entry
and learn more about
the land we care for
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