Day 20 + 21 – 30 Days Wild

Yesterday I had a wee trip to my local town & I documented how green the journey there is 🏞️

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Today I celebrated Father’s Day with some of my family & we had a BBQ, which my Brother-in-law & I tended to πŸ™‚

When the evening arrived, it was time to prepare for the Big Wild Quiz, hosted by Sophie Pavelle and David Oakes. Which kicked off just after 7pm, it was great fun & a laugh! πŸ’š

You can see my score in the comments πŸ˜†

Thanks for visiting! πŸ‘πŸ»

Day 18 – 30 Days Wild

At the end of May I became an Ambassador for The Rivers Trust, so I decided to go sit next to a stretch of the River Rea, on the edge of Gannow Wood.

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Day 15 – 30 Days Wild

Today I visited an Urban Organic Micro Farm, called Rea Spring Gardens – which is a short walk away. It is own and ran by a lovely, enthusiastic couple, Charlie and Ashley, who farm with wildlife and the environment in mind 🌍

In the video below, you get to see what they grow and the animals they keep! πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸŒΎ

Thanks for visiting πŸ’š

Day 14 – 30 Days Wild

This morning I unsure what to do, thankfully a friend reminded me that I’m passionate about Green-belt & suggested I make a video (below) regarding its benefits.

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Day 23 – 30 Days Wild

Video for the Wild

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My favourite local patch – and why it matters to me:

Ode to a Secret RiverΒ – the poem I mention in the video.

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Day 21 – 30 Days Wild

New Green Space

wpid-img_20150621_174434.jpgΒ Longbridge, in South Birmingham – the birth place and former home of Rover – has a new High Street and Green Space! Β It’s on the site of where the said factory used to be. Β The River ReaΒ that runs through the area has had a habitat and Green Space created around it, and it’s pretty much established and looking lush now! πŸ˜€

Today I explored it after purchasing Father’s Day gifts (with my trusty mobile to hand for snaps and clips).

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The car park of the newly located Bournville College, with Green Space along side it, some of the old Rover site on the other side.

People and nature co-existing beautifully.
People and nature co-existing beautifully.

I saw a Grey WagtailΒ (which have some yellow feathers)Β down there to left of where the lad on the bike was. Β The video below isn’t great but you can hear it calling πŸ˜›

The middle of the new Green Space, looking towards the chap on the bike.
The middle of the new Green Space, looking towards the chap on the bike. Β This is the bridge you see in the distance.

Where this newly created habitat ends.
Where this newly created habitat ends.

I was really pleased that this new place is now a good feeding area for House Martins, there were quite a few wizzing and swooping around πŸ™‚

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