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London Wildlife Trust
Protecting London's wildlife for the future. Love London, Love Nature.
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Josephine Wheeler 17h
Joy! Inspired by seeing spotted flycatchers in Finsbury Park I found some in Walthamstow Marsh!
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London Wildlife Trust 21h
Our weekly counts at Walthamstow Wetlands have recorded 24 butterfly species onsite this summer, highlighting the Wetlands as an important site for breeding & migrating butterflies
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claire sutherland 23h
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 23
Thanks to John Gudgin for sharing this video of grey squirrel pups playing outside his window in Stratford.
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 22
Replying to @John_Gudgin
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 22
SPOTTED by volunteers on a workday. A female wasp spider, so called for its mimicry of a common wasp, which is meant to deter predators. Our volunteers were revitalising the wildlife hedge at Norwood Park as part of the Great North Wood programme:
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Centre for Wildlife Gardening Aug 21
Southern green shieldbugs enjoying the sunshine.
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 22
SPOTTED 🐌 By our project team when out and about exploring our Hutchinson's Bank reserve this week. It's a Roman Snail! Brought over from the Romans they thrive on Chalk Grasslands and in woodlands. They are the UK's largest mollusc 🐌
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 21
Great to see working hard on their Social Action Project for our Programme - keep up the amazing work team! 🤩🌳
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Go Jauntly Aug 21
We can't wait for free Festival of the next month. 🥳🎉🌳 Expect walks🚶🏼‍♂️ stories 📖 bug hunts 🐜 music 🎶 demos of traditional woodcraft ⚒️ plus graphic artist with his latest novel about the Woods.
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Moira O'Donnell Aug 21
An obliging hoverfly, Volucella inanis, one of our largest native hoverflies, poses in the sun for a photo at Chapel Bank Reserve. The adults feed on nectar from flowers and their larvae are ectoparasites on the larvae of social wasps.
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Kidbrooke Village Aug 20
This weekend will be in , doing a meadow cut. You can volunteer with them on Saturday 24th August Details at:
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 21
Replying to @Guiding_LaSER
Thanks so much for sharing!
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 21
JOB OPPORTUNITY: We are looking for a Senior Site Project Officer at our Centre for Wildlife Gardening reserve in South East London. Apply here! 👇
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 20
JOB OPPORTUNITY: We are looking for a Conservation Project Officer at our Braeburn Park reserve in South East London Apply here! 👇
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Tom Fitton Aug 19
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 19
fantastic photo! Could we send you a message about it?
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 19
Families meeting the farmer and his Sussex cattle at Denham Country Park on Saturday. The cattle have been introduced to the park for conservation grazing to encourage greater biodiversity within the area. 📷 : Lonneke Klein-Aarts
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 18
Join our group of passionate 16-25-year-olds acting as a consultative panel & sounding board for the project, senior management & project partners. We'll cover travel expenses, food & host a variety of training opportunities for you:
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London Wildlife Trust Aug 17
It's ! Have you encountered any wildlife on your allotments this week?
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