Ideas include visiting a reserve bursting with bluebells, watching diving ospreys or engaging in outdoor activities such as kite-flying.
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Stephanie Hilborne, The Wildlife Trusts’ chief executive, said: ‘Wildlife Week provides chances for everyone inspired by nature to get outside and make the most of it.
‘152 Wild Things To Do is the perfect guide to help rediscover simple pleasures, like going blackberrying on a summer’s evening or kite-flying on a windy day.
‘The book is perfect for anyone who wants to rediscover nature, see the UK’s wild side or introduce children to the natural world.’
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