Issue 5 #wildinside
Hi <<First Name>>,

Welcome to Wild Inside, your weekly window to inspiration, activities, and a little bit of joy and wildness closer to home in these difficult times. 
Something to learn
Go mad for moths

Moths are underrated creatures, but they are an important part of our ecosystem.

Learn which moths you could see this spring and how to make your own moth trap with these tips from our resident expert Tom.
Something to watch
Why do we need wild places? Four artists head to the Shenevall bothy to discover the importance of wildness
Something to join
Say no to the mow

Nectar-loving bumblebees and butterflies are returning to our gardens, and you can help them.

Let part of your garden rewild this month and sign up for the Every Flower Counts campaign to create the National Nectar Index.
Something to listen to
Bring the outdoors in

Transport yourself to the Flow Country or a Caledonian pine forest with these recordings from Chris Watson.

Could you make a soundscape of your local wild space?
And one more thing... 
Our friends at somewhere-nowhere shot this mesmerising film of starlings to poetry
How are we doing?
We created Wild Inside to bring a little wildness and joy into your inbox during the coronavirus pandemic. Give us your feedback in this short survey.
Click for survey
Not subscribed to Wild Inside?
Subscribe now
How are you staying connected with wildness during lockdown? Share your stories, ideas and images on social media by tagging @JohnMuirTrust and using #WildInside or email us
The John Muir Trust is dedicated to the experience, protection and conservation of the wild. 

Donate  |  Become a Member  |  Plant a Tree
Images: John Muir Trust
Visit us at

Copyright © 2020 John Muir Trust, All rights reserved.