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  • 30 Days Wild

    Monday 15th April, 2019

    30 Days Wild images

    Go WILD with The Wildlife Trusts

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  • World Wetlands Day 2019

    Thursday 31st January, 2019

    Denham Lock Woods

    London Wildlife Trust is promoting World Wetlands Day this weekend. 2nd February each year is the day when people around the world help to raise global awareness about the vital role of wetlands for wildlife, communities and our planet. This day marks the date of the adoption of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands in 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea.

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  • New visitor centre for Gunnersbury Triangle

    Thursday 24th January, 2019

    Children and families pond dipping at Gunnerbury Triangle

    London Wildlife trust has exciting plans for a new and much-needed education and visitor centre at Gunnersbury Triangle, to support the many visitors who enjoy this very special wildlife oasis and the work of our staff and volunteers.

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  • Future environmental protections at risk

    Thursday 20th December, 2018

    Threecorner Grove Bluebells

    The draft Environment Bill, just published by the Government, does not go far enough to tackle the serious environmental challenges we face or provide legal certainty for the future of our natural world.

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  • New opportunities for young people to work with nature and wildlife in London

    Thursday 27th September, 2018

    Keeping it Wild by Abi March

    Keeping it Wild is a new project, led by London Wildlife Trust and funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, that will inspire and empower hundreds of Londoners aged 11-25 to take part in urban nature conservation.

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  • Cutting edge DNA analysis to reveal the secret wildlife of urban nature reserves

    Wednesday 26th September, 2018

    Volunteers and staff at Camley Street Natural Park

    Volunteers and staff from London Wildlife Trust and the Natural History Museum are working together as part of an exciting, experimental project which they hope will reveal the hidden wildlife of two urban nature reserves.

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  • Flawed badger cull expands across England

    Thursday 13th September, 2018

    Two badgers by Elliot Neep www.elliottneep.com

    The Wildlife Trusts call on government: invest in medicine not marksmen

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  • All change at iconic Kings’ Cross nature reserve

    Tuesday 11th September, 2018

    Demolition at Camley Street Natural Park © Penny Dixie

    Demolition of the buildings at Camley Street Natural Park has begun, as London Wildlife Trust prepare for the creation of a new visitor centre and learning space, funded by Heritage Lottery Fund.

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  • Discover one of south London’s best kept secrets, the Great North Wood

    Monday 3rd September, 2018

    Jay with acorn by Phil Winter

    The Great North Wood was a vast wooded landscape, which once covered the low hills that rise between Deptford, Streatham, and Croydon. Much of the old Great North Wood was swallowed up by development from the 1850s, but pockets remain, valuable havens for animals, plants, and people.

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  • Frog proof fencing will protect amphibians from works at Camley Street Natural Park

    Tuesday 28th August, 2018

    Camley Street Natural Park by Karolina Leszczynska-Gogol

    As we prepare for the demolition of the old visitor centre at Camley Street Natural Park, volunteers have been assisting our staff in ensuring our wildlife is looked after during this exciting period of change.

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