A former orchard, quarry and landfill site reclaimed by nature and now managed in partnership with the Land Trust, this once neglected area is today a thriving oasis in Crayford boasting several…
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Restored woodland and heathland in Croydon which typifies London’s semi-natural habitats, providing a home for stag beetles and woodpeckers.
A designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in North Uxbridge, supporting some of the finest examples of wet woodland in London.
A green oasis created by intersecting railway lines, close to Chiswick Park Station, saved from development and managed for wildlife and people.
Above Huckerby's Meadows planes start their descent to Heathrow Airport, but wildlife still flourishes in this pastoral site.
This rare fragment of surviving downland in Biggin Hill is said to have inspired a local man called Charles Darwin.
A remnant of an old Victorian garden in Hillingdon, the site is now developing into a site of increasing value for wildlife, aided by the presence of wetland areas.
This mixed woodland reserve close to the Cray Valley on London’s Kent border was formerly part of the estate of a Georgian manor house.
Loved by bees, this patch of traditional English countryside within London’s leafy northern fringe in Barnet, teems with life every spring and summer.
Wild flowers and grasses dominate this large expanse of meadow in West London’s Yeading Valley, hosting an array of insect life.