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Protecting London's wildlife for the future. Love London, Love Nature.
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London Wildlife Trust 4h
Our Trainee Max is taking over our Instagram Stories today from ! Head to our stories to find out what he's up to:
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London Wildlife Trust 22h
LAST CHANCE to sign up for our FREE autumn programme for 14-16-year-olds! Spend time in nature & learn new, valuable skills:
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The Wildlife Trusts Oct 21
Brilliant effort by House of Lords last night to through the . There’s one last chance to tell your MP to when the the Bill goes back to the Commons in a week or so – RT, share your views and copy them in
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mathew frith Oct 21
snapped eight years ago this week, a grey'ceful heron launches to the blue Twickenham yonder with elegant 'longie crane' echoes of an Azhdarchid pterosaur
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London Wildlife Trust Oct 21
are sharing some important, but less well-known, stories around natural history for 💚👇🏿
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London Wildlife Trust Oct 20
In the 3 years since it's been open, has gone from being largely unknown to an important place for people to learn about their local area and wildlife, welcoming thousands of families and school children through its gates 🌱
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CCC Oct 20
FREE 'Step into Science' events for 14 to 16-year-olds with over this half term and weekends in Nov.... but be quick to book!
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mathew frith Oct 20
lots of good shouts for at today, and strong focus on inclusion and addressing environmental injustices; to me good places to prioritise
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London Wildlife Trust Oct 20
You can catch up on some of the discussions that took place at the excellent - conservationists talking about their experiences & research relating to racism & anti-racism in their fields, as well as solutions to barriers they faced:
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NHM_UK Biodiversity Oct 20
During September and set out to undertake eDNA surveys across the sites in Croydon and Bromley. Here's Katy with trainee taking soil samples & digging pitfall traps!
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Waltham Forest Council Oct 20
We're delighted to join our friends at & to celebrate three years since the wonderful Wetlands opened with funding from - here's to the next million visits! 🦋🐞🦆
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Walthamstow Wetlands Oct 20
Three years of gorgeous views (happy birthday to us😇) made possible by an amazing partnership
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Lucinda Oct 19
Replying to @WildLondon
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Inside Croydon Oct 19
Spa Wood volunteers and council work both win ‘Tree Oscars’ ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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London Wildlife Trust Oct 19
Thanks to for these rather spectacular shots of sunrise at last week 🙏🌅 You can catch up on Chris's September bird highlights on the blog:
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Headliners London Oct 19
An essential part to take from this conversation is the responsibility of adults of who work with young people to ensure every space they go into is safe for them. Take a listen to ' with Rajaun & '
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Chris Farthing Oct 18
Male Kingfisher this morning , on Reedmace overhanging the water outlet. Also around: 2 Snipe, Water Rail, 3 Teal.
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Walthamstow Wetlands Oct 19
Today is our third birthday 🎂 See how we (and the skyline around us) have grown!
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London Wildlife Trust Oct 19
Today we're celebrating ' third birthday & marking the milestone of 1 million visits! 🥳🎂 Here's our CEO Gordon welcoming visitors on the reserve's opening day in 2017. Thanks to our partners & players of the National Lottery !
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Sophie Leguil Oct 18
A gorgeous walk in Farthing Downs and Happy Valley reserve near Croydon. Hard to believe this is close to London! Autumn colours, migrant birds, cool fungi (the size of that parasol!) and some insects still buzzing on late flowers 🍁🍂🐝
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