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See our set of seasonal things to do. Photo, David Tipling/2020VISION

Join the UK's biggest nature challenge

Take the 30 Days Wild challenge with us this June

The sound of birdsong through a window, the excitement of seeing a butterfly, and the feeling of fresh air on your face are all small but mighty moments. Make this a daily occurrence from 1-30 June and see how connecting to nature can benefit your own health and wellbeing.

Your one ‘wild’ activity a day can be anything you like – but we will provide you with lots of inspiration along the way. This challenge is suitable for all ages, and we even have packs for schools, care homes and businesses!

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Brown long eared bat

Tom Marshall

Take part in this year's Devon Bat Survey

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7 spot ladybird

Amy Lewis

Help our vital insect populations

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Early bumblebee

Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography

Is your garden buzzing with wildlife?

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Protecting wildlife for the future

Established over fifty years ago by a small group of volunteers, Devon Wildlife Trust is the only charity that exists to protect all wildlife in Devon and to safeguard Devon’s unique natural environment.

Daisy field at Teigngrace Meadow

Teigngrace Meadow. Photo, Andrew Taylor

Explore one of our 58 nature reserves!

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spiny seahorse

Alexander Mustard/2020 Vision

Help us bring change - Join our call for 30by30

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Woman aged 35-45 years 'hugging' pine tree, Abernethy Forest, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, - Mark Hamblin/2020VISION

Can a wilder Devon be part of your life story?

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