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  • Get outdoors this new school term

    Friday 9th September, 2016

    Jubilee Primary School children at Woodberry Wetlands (credit Penny Dixie)

    ‘Wild about Learning’ sessions offer chance for new pupils to bond over shared love for nature

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  • Rare alchymist in Stoke Newington bathroom excites moth experts

    Thursday 8th September, 2016

    Alchymist moth found in Stoke Newington, London

    Insect makes surprise UK appearance

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  • Hedgehog sighting raises hopes of London comeback

    Tuesday 6th September, 2016

    Hedgehog at Walthamstow Wetlands by Penny Dixie

    Fast-declining nocturnal mammal spotted at Walthamstow Reservoirs in the Lee Valley

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  • New badger cull petition signed by thousands

    Wednesday 31st August, 2016

    Badger (credit Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hill Photography)

    The Wildlife Trusts’ supporters voice opposition to cull as 15,000 sign petition in first 24 hours of campaign

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  • Chalking up a wildly successful restoration

    Friday 26th August, 2016

    Aerial view of Hutchinson's Bank (credit Don Lewis)

    Croydon nature reserve enjoys wildlife boost thanks to £46,500 habitat restoration project

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  • Holy habitat! Woodberry Wetlands to host bat festival

    Monday 15th August, 2016

    Common Pipistrelle (credit Hugh Clark www.bats.org.uk)

    Newly-opened nature reserve is hosting BatFest, an annual event celebrating bats.

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  • Hillingdon’s wildflower meadows are blooming marvellous

    Friday 5th August, 2016

    Ten Acre Wood (credit Val Borrel)

    Restoration project sees nature thriving across Hillingdon and beyond

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  • Rare species flourish on landscape that inspired Darwin

    Wednesday 3rd August, 2016

    Ox eye daisies at Saltbox Hill

    Goats and ponies help transform Saltbox Hill, cherished haunt of Charles Darwin, into wildlife haven

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  • London’s stunning stag beetles: globally endangered but still strong in south London

    Monday 25th July, 2016

    London stag beetle by Julie Ramsden

    The stag beetle, Britain’s largest beetle, is globally-endangered and is rare or extinct across much of Britain, but they’re hanging on in London’s parks and gardens, especially in south London.

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  • Four London Wildlife Trust nature reserves win Green Flags

    Friday 22nd July, 2016

    Green Flag at Centre for Wildlife Gardening

    Nature reserves run by London Wildlife Trust in Chiswick, Peckham, Twickenham and Hillingdon named among the best in the Britain by leading environmental charity

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