A green oasis created by intersecting railway lines, close to Chiswick Park Station, saved from development and managed for wildlife and people.
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An ancient oak and hazel coppice woodland in North Hillingdon. Carpeted with brilliant bluebells in spring and a year-long haven for birds and wildflowers.
Above Huckerby's Meadows planes start their descent to Heathrow Airport, but wildlife still flourishes in this pastoral site.
A large area of secluded chalk grassland and woodland in Croydon. Supporting many rare plants and insects, which has benefited from the return of traditional grazing.
An eclectic array of wetland plants dominate this riverside site, providing an opportunity to explore marsh, meadow and woodland habitats, and enjoy countryside views.
This steeply-sloping medieval woodland in East Barnet is a great place to spot bats and is also home to rare trees and flowers.
An important site for amphibians in Uxbridge.
A secluded reserve in Kidbrooke, nestled among the bustle of the city is one of London’s most important strongholds for newts.
An undisturbed sanctuary for birds, beetles and rare molluscs on an island in the middle of the River Thames.
A secluded area of woodland in South London, with small grassy glades, set on the broad slopes of a deep railway cutting, which supports 170 species of flowering plants