Opened by Sir David Attenborough in 2016, Woodberry Wetlands is a thriving habitat for migratory birds and one of the Trust’s top visitor attractions.
1 Newnton Close, N4 2RH
Tel: 020 8802 4573
A wild oasis nestled between two of London’s busiest railway stations and beside Regent’s Canal, this reserve was created from wasteland and is now a haven for wildlife.
12 Camley Street, N1C 4PW
Tel: 020 7833 2311
A mosaic of ancient woodland, Victorian garden plants and recent woodland. A fantastic location to see woodpeckers, rare insects, bats, and fungi.
Crescent Wood Road, SE26 6LS
Tel: 020 7252 9186
Once the site of the Hounslow Gunpowder Mills, Crane Park Island is now a beautiful nature reserve with a visitors centre that runs a number of events throughout year.
Ellerman Avenue, TW2 6AA
Tel: 07702 669 888
A large area of secluded chalk grassland and woodland, supporting many rare plants and insects, which has benefited from the return of traditional grazing.
Featherbed Lane, CR0 0JT
One of the first nature reserves acquired by London Wildlife Trust and residing between two railway lines, Gunnersbury Triangle offers a large variety of habitats to explore.
Bollo Lane, W4 5LW
Tel: 07734 599 72
A favourite place to visit for local families, gardeners and wildlife watchers from further afield, the Centre for Wildlife Gardening in Peckham is the perfect place to both learn, relax and explore in.
28 Marsden Road, SE15 4EE
Tel: 020 7252 9186
One of the finest examples of rare wet grazing meadows in London and a part-designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)
North Uxbridge, UB9 4NA
We manage more than forty nature reserves across the capital including wide-ranging habitats such as woodland, grassland and wetlands
Our work on these reserves aims to meet biodiversity objectives as well as making them safe and enjoyable places to visit.
We manage the majority of our reserves on behalf of local authorities and utility companies under lease, although we own a few reserves outright. While resources are limited, we are always keen to explore opportunities to further broaden our portfolio of nature reserves.
In addition, our volunteers and projects work on many other green spaces, including community gardens and housing estates, in collaboration with partners such as social landlords, local authorities, community groups, and other conservation bodies.