There are so many wonderful bloggers taking part in 30 Days Wild that it’s hard to choose just 30 to recommend. However, with more people joining 30 Days Wild every day, it can be handy to have a list of people to follow if you want to see what other people are up to (a great way to get inspiration for your own #randomactsofwildness).
If you love nature, you’ll love these blogs (in alphabetical order, rather than any order of preference.) I’ve linked their names to their Twitter handles for ease of following, and used their own descriptions for what they do, followed by a link to their blog. All of them are well worth following, if you want a feed full of nature and joy.
- Absolute Nature – “Run by Shelley Rowley Zoologist, Photographer, wildlife Blogger and Youtuber http://Instagram.com/shelley_rowley”– Absolute Nature
- Al Fresco Family – “Our family’s green outdoor adventures ↟ Small changes make big differences.” – Al Fresco Family
- Armchair Mountaineer – “My name is Thomas Smallwood. I quit the rat-race to live a more satisfying and adventurous life. Member of @owpg.” – Armchair Mountaineer
- Bug Mad Girl – Her name speaks for itself – Bug Mad Girl
- Craig Freeman – “2 kids, a wife, a cat & a vegetable patch fill my non-working hours. Digital marketing & innovation takes up the rest. #30dayswild blogger” – Rambling Dad
- Dara McAnulty – “13 year old aspiring naturalist, zoologist scientist and conservationist. Wildlife Blogger. Activist. Book devourer.” – Young Fermanagh Naturalist
- Dirty, Naked and Happy – “Yup, a twitter username that promises so much more than it delivers. Read this please: http://bit.ly/2geoTWy” – Dirty, Naked and Happy
- Farm Up On the Hill – “Blog about wildlife and living on our Welsh dairy farm.” – Farm Up On the Hill
- Green Bean Jackie – “Garden blogger, trying to be green and creative. Celebrating what’s good in the world. And some stuff on cats and Edinburgh (both are, of course, good)” – Reclaiming Paradise
- Hot Tea on a Hot Day – “Twitter account for a family blog – Hot Tea on a Hot Day
- James Millar – “15 y.o. Loves wildlife photography, art, documentary making & blogging. Cairngorms Young Nature Presenter 2015. Likes sport and acting too. – Knee Deep in Nature
- Jamie – “#Youthworker @CYPBridgend BScHons #Psychology @OUSocSci #Philomath enjoying @LomondTrossachs #5x50chal #30DaysWild & #blog IG: jrproudfoot” – How to Stay Wild
- James Common – “Enchanted by #nature | Conservationist, nature writer, #blogger & aspiring author | Lead @NewNature_Mag | Warble at @NorthWildlife and CommonByNature” – Common By Nature
- Living Life Our Way – “An outdoor lifestyle #blogger about family life and #homeeducation. Inspiring a love of #nature and empathy for our natural environment.” – Living Life Our Way
- L-Jay Nature – “Love history wildlife & photography. Gardener & leathersmith. Dysgu’r Gymraeg. Lancashire lass living in Cheshire.” – L Jay Nature
- Mark Warnes – “Wales based nature travel photographer. Read my blog here http://www.markwarnes-photography.co.uk Visit my website here http://markwarnes-photography.com” – Mark Warnes Photography
- Maxine Greer – “Escape-tour-draw. Birds, flocks and pit stop exhibitions @kombisketchtour #kombisketchtour #noticenature #DRAW” – Kombi Sketch Tour
- Naomi – “Wildlife lover, nature enthusiast, interested amateur naturalist, love exploring the British countryside.” What Naomi Did Next
- Rebekah – “Blogtographer. Website: http://bit.ly/2rD4ceC” – Baby Beatnik
- Sunshine on Leaf – “Pics of nature-type stuff in the Edinburgh Meadows. Not an expert. Not even in Leith 🙂 – Trees of the Edinburgh Meadows and Bruntsfield
- Suzanne (S.W Teal) – “Author and illustrator of The Queen of Speckled Wood #TQoSW – Love #nature #wildlife #minibeasts #trees and #badgers” – The Queen of Speckled Wood
- Tasha – “26. Nature Lover. Geography & Geology = Gemstone Enthusiast. Takes Too Many Photos. Mythology & Folklore Fan. Blogging Away. Seeking Adventure!- The Happy Larkspur
- Terri Windling – “Writer, fiction editor, painter, folklorist. Former New Yorker, now living on Dartmoor surrounded by artists & sheep. Dedicated to #BeautifulResistance.” – Terri Windling
- Tiffany Francis – “Writer & naturalist | #FoodYouCanForage out 8/3/18 @BloomsburyBooks | Wildlife columnist @HampshireLife | Creative Developer @ButserFarm | Shoddy horsewoman – Tiffany Francis
- Tim Burkinshaw – “Ecology/Biodiversity @ScarboroCouncil Aspiring nature geek, with a thing for wetlands. Composting guru, birder, rockhound, Daddy #ConnectingforNature” – A Little Bit Wild
- Tom Hibbert – “Nature lover, amateur photographer, aspiring writer. Former assistant ranger: Long Nanny (2014), Farne Islands (2015 & 2016). Comms support for Wildlife Trusts” – Wildlife Tom
- Too Lazy to Weed – “The not so ordinary wildlife of an ordinary (but scruffy) garden. – Too Lazy to Weed
- We Go Wild UK – “We find & embrace the places we can still ‘Go Wild’ in the UK. Adventurers | Bloggers | Photographers | Videographers | Environmentalists. Follow our adventure – We Go Wild UK
- West Country Wilding – “Cornish pixie with a camera. Passionate about nature, conservation, and re-wilding. My non-nature related account is @ZinziGraham. #KeepTheBan” – West Country Wilding
- Will Penrose – “Teacher. Wanderer come Runner. Photographer. Filmmaker. Naturalist. Writer. Musician. Sometimes Poet. Tortoiser – Wild South London
If you’re not on this list, please don’t think it’s because I don’t like your blog. I’m planning more lists in the future, on different themes such as marine conservation, sustainable living, photography, flowers, crafting, Instagrammers and lots more, so I may be ‘saving’ you for one of those. I’ve discovered so many talented people during 30 Days Wild that it’s hard to fit everyone in but it’s a safe bet that if you’re taking part in 30 Days Wild, you’ve brightened my feed. Thank you.
Thank you for the mention, we’ve got a few walks to add to our blog from the start of #30dayswild. Really love this list of nature blogs to take inspiration from!
Thank you so much for the mention. I always look forward to reading your blogs 🙂
Wow, thanks I’m in the list…and I was a bit of a latecomer to the game getting my profile added to the wildlife trust’s bloggers page for #30dayswild. You must have worked really hard to look at all those and set up the hyperlinks – a really valuable post for the nature-loving community. Well done on your own blog too- great stuff, Emily.
Thanks. Your blog looks fab too. Duly noted for future list. What’s next in your #30DaysWild plans?
Excellent list! I’m also loving the feeds from most of these guys but a few more for me to check out too