Mathew Frith, our Director of Conservation responds to new Government White Paper.
Butterflies Conservation Project Officer Steve Bolton shares why surveying and recording species is so important for butterfly and moth populations
Chris Farthing gives his latest update on recent bird highlights at Woodberry Wetlands
This Sunday 26th July 2020 we will be celebrating International Bog Day! In anticipation of this, here’s a bit about bogs, and why they are so important to the environment, ecology and wildlife.…
When talking to people about the different creatures they come across in London, you will understandably get different reactions. Some animals such as songbirds and deer are universally loved,…
Guest blogger Amanda Tuke reflects on the mixed blessing of Buddleia davidii, the butterfly bush.
From March-April students from ELATT took part in an online Wild Action Programme with our Keeping it Wild project. They learnt about London's wildlife and our work here at the Trust. They…
Author Amanda Tuke continues her challenge of visiting 30 green spaces in London for 30 Days Wild
Author Amanda Tuke takes on the challenge of visiting 30 green spaces in London for 30 Days Wild
Mathew Frith on Stag Beetles and the story of the London Wildlife Trust Stag Beetle survey