Campaign to help London's wildlife

Our campaigns to help London's wildlife

Protecting London's wild spaces

London Wildlife Trust is the leading voice for wildlife conservation in the capital. Several of our nature reserves, including Camley Street Natural Park, Gunnersbury Triangle, and Sydenham Hill Wood have been saved from development thanks to volunteers and supporters.

Alongside our volunteers, we manage 37 nature reserves across the capital including habitats such as woodland, grassland and wetland. We take practical action every day to help wildlife flourish. and we support national campaigns led by The Wildlife Trusts.


Badger credit Andrew Parkinson/2020VISION

Join our campaign for a Wilder Future

It’s not too late to bring our wildlife back but we must act now

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Wildflower meadow

Wild flower meadow credit Paul Hobson

Together we can garden for a living London

Together we can transform the capital's three million gardens into a network of nature reserves

Find out how

Conservation policies

Our policies and position statements covering some of the biggest issues affecting wildlife in London.

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Beautiful demoiselle (Calopteryx virgo), River Char, Charmouth, Dorset, England, UK - Guy Edwardes/2020VISION

Record your wildlife sightings

Your sightings help us understand London's wildlife and what we need to do to protect it. Whether it's a rare species or something more familiar, everything you tell us helps!

What have you seen?