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Primary school goes wild for Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust 30 Days Wild challenge

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A primary school in Worksop has been getting stuck into the Nottingham Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild challenge this month. Pupils and teachers at Langold Dyscarr Community School have been taking up wild actions everyday in June in order to connect with nature.

They have already done wild activities such as magnet fishing to remove rubbish from Langold Lake to make it safer for wildlife. Pupils have also been spotting snails climbing the walls on the way to school in the morning as well as discovering a bird’s empty egg shell after it had hatched.

Their wild adventures have proven to be educational and fun. Staff have also been taking part in the challenge as Mrs Cooley managed to photograph a fox in her garden.

Read more: Get involved with 30 Days Wild this June – the UK’s biggest nature challenge

They have also had a number of other insect related encounters from a beetle in Miss Frisby’s hair to watching a magpie eating insects in the grass. The Wildlife Trusts provide information about what we can all do to help insects both at home, in our communities and at school.

Download a pack today and take part in Nottinghamshire to support Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trusts aim to gain a Wilder Nottinghamshire for people and wildlife. It’s a perfect wild act for #30DaysWild.

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