With many of us spending more time at home, mixed with the relaxing of some of the lockdown regulations, there's no better time to get out into nature.
Watch Kate Prout's report below:
"Just to say to absolutely everyone it does not matter what your knowledge is, it's about sharing your passion. We have put together something called 30 days of wild and there are ideas of things to do all through June that you can do together. And most of all it is fun."
One family in from Hoveton in Norfolk has been getting involved.
Milly, Esme and Ted have been getting outdoors with their dad. During lockdown, their garden has acted s both a playground and a classroom.
"We've been cycling and going to the river and playing in the garden."
"We've found a very rare pine hawk moth which has black streaks on its wings."
Making dens and climbing trees is what many children are doing during lockdown, but not all families have access to this.
"2.7 million people don't have access to high quality green areas in their local neighbourhood and 83% of us now in Britain live in urban areas so green space should be a modern day human right for all of us, especially in our cities and towns."