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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 share
Tag your wildness themed stories, pictures and videos on social media using
This week we're asking...
Something to learn
Wild ideas for home-schooling
Check out 10 years of
, a wonderful series of books with activities and ideas for kids of all ages to engage with nature from your doorstep.
Try some free Muir-related
missions on your next daily health walk.
Something to watch
This refreshing film follows Katie and her love of wild swimming.
Something to join in with
Join the global reading club
has just launched his virtual reading club on Twitter. The first book on the list is Nan Shepherd's moving account of the Cairngorms -
The Living Mountain
Get involved and share your stories
Something to listen to
What does it mean to live adventurously?
' podcast, Living Adventurously, speaks to people on big and small adventures.
to listen to an episode. What does living adventurously mean to you? Let us and
know on social media using #
How many woodcock can you spot
in John Hodgson from
Restoring Hardknott Forest's
camera trap image?
Did you get them all?
Watch the video
to reveal the answer.
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