London Wildlife Trust
A woodland with some grassland fields; a valuable site for butterflies.
The nature reserve at Beverley Meads and Fishponds Wood is owned by Merton Council, and London Wildlife Trust manages it on the council's behalf.
It is composed of a mix of oak and birch woodland. There are also acid and semi-improved grassland fields.
Acid grassland is a rare habitat in London, and the site is valuable for grassland butterflies.
To see if there are any events coming up at this reserve, take a look at our event listings.
To see if there are any opportunities to help out at this reserve, visit our volunteering page.
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