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Matt Gilbert Jul 16
Babes in a future wood. Lovely, hot afternoon cutting back long grass to give young tree whips - inc oak, hornbeam, rowan & whitebeam - space to breath & get more light in Norwood Park as part of project
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Kerianna Embleton Jul 13
Discovered the at this morning on my explorations, what an incredible place! Dived straight in obviously 😁💙☀️
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BarbicanWildlife Jul 16
One of 12 cinnabar moth caterpillar feeding on ragwort in the meadow
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Squashy Plums Jun 15
Lying in bed this morning I heard their call. So great to have woodpeckers back after years with two juveniles chasing each other. Also watched cormorants flying. Shoutout to my 3.30am dawn chorus choir- blackcap, wren, blackbird. Fills my heart up
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Ian Tokelove May 14
Blue tits fledging in my garden this afternoon, before mum makes a final check that everyone’s left the nest! The first chick almost flew into me! I had to be quick, so captured on mobile zoom.
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Matt Gilbert Dec 31
Well hello there. Morning visitors
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Eco Society May 7
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London Wildlife Trust Jul 10
Catch our festival co-curator David Lindo speaking about the birds we share our city with at at 2:15pm on Sunday 11th August - get your tickets here!
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Rosie Venner Feb 14
Seeing the world through the eyes of a 4 year old means you stop to study moss on the way to school and imagine being a tiny creature crawling through a forest.
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WILD Kingston Jun 15
The Hogsmill - narrated by Griff Rhys Jones Here it is! Link above is for our short film all about the Hogsmill River. Watch, share & enjoy!
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WILD London Jul 3
We were thrilled to celebrate our 10th birthday by opening the market at LSE this morning! Thanks to everyone who part of WILD London over the past decade – here’s to the next 10 years… Thanks also to for hosting such a wonderful celebration for us! 🍾🥳
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Thames Active Ltd May 6
This morning Storm and Tony spotted Sammy the ! Up in keep your eyes peeled on the for him and the colony -
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Matt Gilbert Apr 25
For a moment I imagined there’d been a micro-snow storm focused on one woodland path in Norwood Park. Though the real culprit (I think) is dusty down from White Poplar (sadly the nearby black plastic bags & cans I binned weren’t quite so magical) catkins...
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Susie Mullen Jul 4
Our little wildlife pond continues to delight. We’ve had more dragonflies than usual and today, after giving up hope of getting the frogs to return, I spotted one under all that sage 🐸 😂
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Whites Ground Trees Jun 14
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Nicky Philpott May 17
Lovely walk along the canal
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Daisy Feb 20
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Philippa Goodwin Mar 2
Fantastic around in Camberwell this morning. Saw more wildlife than on my home run in thanks to the lake: 4 duck & 3 geese species plus coots, moorhens and gulls. .
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Tanvi May 28
Beautiful snapdragons at Shadwell DLR station. We can add so much more green (and colour) to the spaces around our railways
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Kathy Harvey Jul 13
Kent? No. Inner city London. Which never fails to amaze me in how staggeringly beautiful this city is.
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