Banded demoiselle by Iain Leach
London Wildlife Trust runs and supports a number of ongoing campaigns throughout the year, often tackling issues of national importance.
London Wildlife Trust needs you to help us record sightings of deer in the capital so we can understand their distribution and help determine likely population trends.
We are looking for Dragonfly Detectives – can you help us find London’s hawkers, chasers, skimmers and damsels?
Help transform the capital's three million gardens into a network of nature reserves.
We're calling on everyone in London to help us reverse the shocking decline in the city's hedgehogs by recording their sightings.
The proposed High Speed Two (HS2) train route is likely to impact 18 wildlife sites in London and threatens 160 wildlife sites in seven counties.
Kestrels are in long-term decline nationally, but have also shown short-term fluctuations. So what's happening in London?
Many city dwellers are unaware that owls can be found in the capital - usually in tranquil wooded areas or by open grasslands with hedgerows.
We are calling on Londoners to report any sightings of stag beetles in order to help improve conservation measures for this fascinating globally endangered creature. We also want to know about lesser stag beetle sightings across London.
Previous campaigns supported by London Wildlife Trust
We asked Londoners to help frogs by fundraising for us.
We asked Londoners to help house sparrows by taking part in our Cockney Sparrow Count