9 Things Wildlife Think You Could Do Outdoors This Month

from Wildlife Promise

If there was ever a time to be encouraged to spend more time outdoors in nature, it’s during the month of June, which has been officially proclaimed as Great Outdoors Month!

Since we know that simply figuring out what to do “out there,” can sometimes be a challenge, check out these 9 ideas from wildlife on easy and fun ways to spend time outdoors in nature this month:

1. Go for a swim.

Go for a swim.

Photo by MindLuge / Flickr

2. Play catch.

Play catch.

Photo by Ilona Tongel. National Wildlife Photo Contest donated entry.

3. Climb a tree.

Climb a Tree.

Photo by Steve Perry. National Wildlife Photo Contest donated entry

4. Take a walk with a friend.

Go for a walk.

Photo by Jeanette Bond. National Wildlife Photo Contest donated entry

5. Go fishing.

Go fishing.

Photo by Paul Brooke. National Wildlife Photo Contest donated entry.

6. Observe local wildlife.

Observe local wildlife.

Photo by Brian Hansen. National Wildlife Photo Contest donated entry.

7. Roll around in the dirt.

Roll around in the dirt.

Photo by Megan and Tripp McCoy. National Wildlife Photo Contest donated entry.

8. Practice yoga.

Practice yoga.

Photo by Patricia Yeager. National Wildlife Photo Contest donated entry.

9. Have a picnic!

Have a picnic!

Photo by Barbara Lauver. National Wildlife Photo Contest donated entry.


Give Us Proof You Go Outside!

SharePhotos-221x38pxHow are you getting outdoors in nature this month? Snap a pic and share it at www.facebook.com/nationalwildlife OR email your photos to alerts@nwf.org and we’ll share them for you.