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The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) London Wetland Centre is an award winning nature reserve and visitor attraction.
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WWT London Nov 11
This autumn we've found loads of new species on on site, including Fatal Dapperling, Yellow Stainer, Pink Domecap, Crested Coral, Blushing Wood Mushroom, Hawthorn Twiglet, Common Puffball, Dewdrop Bonnet, Hairy Oysterling and Weeping Bolete. πŸ„
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WWT London Nov 11
One of 3 Bittern on site this morning, this individual showing very well close into Headley Hide.
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WWT London Nov 9
Join us at weekends in November for some outdoor fun. Make messy creations in the mud kitchen and test your construction skills at a den building workshop. Learn more:
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WWT London Nov 7
Whistling duck wash time πŸ’¦
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WWT London Nov 6
Every year we are pleased to offer a rare opportunity to gain excellent practical experience in our fabulous wetland sites by offering a number of year-long . Apply now:
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WWT London Nov 5
We're looking pretty! Thank you Ian Wilson-Clarke for the cheery picture 🌈
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WWT London Nov 4
πŸ„ Weird and wonderful pop up everywhere this time of year. Pictured here are Flesh Brown Blewit, Grooved Bonnet and Jelly Ears growing on the edge of a bin!
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WWT London Nov 4
There are a few tickets left for our Santa's Grotto on Wednesday 11th December! Book now to avoid disappointment:
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WWT London Nov 4
🚨 We're recruiting! We're looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our friendly team as a receptionist. Apply now:
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WWT London Nov 2
It's been a fantastic week of sightings here at the Centre. The highlights have included Bittern, Hen Harrier, Knot and Bearded tits! A big thanks to Robert Flemming for the brilliant photo πŸ“·
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WWT London Nov 1
πŸŽ… Don't miss your chance to meet Father ! There are some tickets remaining for our Grotto-only day on 11th December. Book now:
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WWT London Nov 1
❄️ Winter opening hours start from today. We're still open at 9:30am but now close at 4:30pm, with the last admission at 3:30pm.
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WWT London Oct 31
Happy ! πŸŽƒπŸ¦‡ Do bats drink blood? None of our 18 bat species in the UK drink blood and in fact our smallest bat species, the Common Pipistrelle, can eat up to 3000 mosquitoes a night - helping save us from some blood sucking!
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WWT London Oct 31
Happy ! πŸŽƒ Honey and Todd are enjoying their spooky new toy... Our ground wardens regularly rearrange the materials in their enclosure and add in new things for the otters to investigate to feed their playful nature and natural curiosity.
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WWT London Oct 30
showing well this morning from the Observatory
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WWT London Oct 30
Ever heard of a Southern Screamer? Endemic to South America, these weird and wonderful birds are so called because of their very loud, trumpet-like call which can be heard up to 3km away! Look out for these new arrivals in our World Wetlands 🌍
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WWT London Oct 29
Calling all art lovers! The society of Wildlife Artists are offering free entry to their annual exhibition, Natural Eye, for WWT members & followers. Just quote 'Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust' for free entry. Learn more here:
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WWT London Oct 29
Missed out on a Santa's grotto ticket? We will be releasing a small amount of additional tickets at 9.30am on November 1st. More info here:
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Emily Oct 29
Harriet had a go at presenting when visiting all the way from Salford! It’s where mummy and daddy got married last year
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WWT London Oct 28
This is the Blackening Waxcap, also known as the witch's hat. This colourful red turns black as it ages. It grows mostly in autumn after rainy spells. Look out this ... πŸ„πŸŽƒ
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