Chris Packham’s call to plant more wild flowers across London echoes an ongoing battle to conserve nature across the city, writes Mathew Frith, London Wildlife Trust's Director of…
In the third of a series of blogs on the Great North Wood, project officer Edwin Malins explores Long Lane Wood, its southerly outpost.
London Wildlife Trust trainee Morgan Newbold writes about his work placement with the Downlands Partnership
A guest blog by Vicky Bruce, from the Friends of Biggin Wood group
In the second of a series of blogs on the Great North Wood, project officer Edwin Malins explores One Tree Hill in Honor Oak.
The Save Southwark Woods campaign is protesting the clearance of trees from sections of two active cemeteries in south London, to provide additional burial space. In 2015, London Wildlife Trust…
London Wildlife Trust trainee Matthew Rich writes about his experience of two work placements with large conservation organisations
In the first of a series of blogs on the Great North Wood, project officer Edwin Malins explores the history and present-day ecology of Biggin Wood.
In a city dotted with towers and spires, there are plenty of places in London for peregrine falcons to make a home – including even above Parliament itself.
The bleak, cold months of a British winter may seem inhospitable to wildlife, but our shores offer sanctuary to millions of migratory birds at this time of year.