Since 30 Days Wild in June, I’ve been keeping up with my Random Acts of Wildness in the garden and at my local woodland.
More recently I’ve been embracing the seasonal changes at one of my local nature reserves, Gwent Wildlife Trust's Magor Marsh.
Magor Marsh is a wonderful place to visit throughout the year. Here you can find a variety of habitats such as ponds, wet woodland, lowland fen, reedbed and all of their wildlife.
When summer arrives an array of colour is splashed across the meadows as the wildflowers blossom. Due to lockdown I was unable to visit Magor Marsh to see this, but I feel lucky to have caught the end of the Purple Loosestrife and Meadowsweet that immersed me as I strolled along the path.