More than 4,000 Scots, the most ever, signed up to commit Random Acts of Wildness in June 2018.

If you would like to stay wild after June, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t continue to carry out daily Random Acts of Wildness like shutting your eyes to listen to bird song, taking a wild walk at lunchtime, lying back in the long grass or searching out urban wildlife. You’ll enjoy yourself and feel happier and healthier as a result!

You can share all the things you do with us on social media using #30DaysWild along with thousands of other people taking part.

The Scottish Wildlife Trust is a member of The Wildlife Trusts, a UK-wide network of charities that believe that a healthy wildlife-rich natural world is valuable in its own right and is also the foundation of our wellbeing and prosperity. The below statement has been provided by The Wildlife Trusts in connection to a recent data breach which resulted in the data of some 30 Days Wild participants being unlawfully accessed.

Typeform data breach - Statement from The Wildlife Trusts

On Friday, 29 June, 2018, The Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild team were notified that Typeform, a company we’ve entrusted to collect data for an online survey for our 30 Days Wild campaign for the past three years, has suffered a data breach that has affected a number of their customers and organisations including The Wildlife Trusts. As a result, some people who have completed this survey have been affected. Personal data is largely restricted to email addresses and coded responses to survey questions. The data did not include names, addresses or bank details.

The Wildlife Trusts 30 Days Wild team have notified the Information Commissioner’s Office and have contacted everyone who has been affected to let them know. There is no action that people need to take but we are advising people to be alert to any spam or phishing emails.

The Wildlife Trusts do not use Typeform for membership, taking payments or any campaigns. All data and surveys have been deleted from Typeform and an alternative supplier will be used for the foreseeable future. The 30 Days Wild survey helps us to provide important evidence about the impact of spending time in nature and we’re really grateful to everyone who participates in this.

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