Dawn chorus walk in Sydenham Hill Wood

Saturday 20/04/2019 - 5:00am - 7:00am Join the London Wildlife Trust for an early morning bird walk in the woods. We'll be looking and listening out for the many species of birds that use the woods at this time of year. The dawn chorus is one of the most important and beautiful events in nature. Sydenham Hill … Continue reading Dawn chorus walk in Sydenham Hill Wood

Evening Bird Walk at Sydenham Hill Wood – Wednesday 16 May

Join the London Wildlife Trust's Sydenham Hill Wood Conservation Officer Daniel Greenwood for a guided bird walk. We will be listening to and observing the array of bird species present at the Wood. June is the height of the bird breeding season, meaning that birds will be most active before the late summer when many … Continue reading Evening Bird Walk at Sydenham Hill Wood – Wednesday 16 May

Dawn chorus walk in Sydenham Hill Wood – Saturday 21 April 2018

Join the London Wildlife Trust for an early morning bird walk in the woods. They'll be looking and listening out for the many species of birds that use the woods at this time of year. The dawn chorus is one of the most important dates in nature's calendar. Sydenham Hill Wood is a part ancient … Continue reading Dawn chorus walk in Sydenham Hill Wood – Saturday 21 April 2018

Winter bird walk at Sydenham Hill Wood, Sunday 11 February 2018

  Guided walk in Sydenham Hill Wood to find winter birds Join London Wildlife Trust for a guided walk to discover the range of birds present in Sydenham Hill Wood. Winter sees the return of the iconic firecrest, redwing, fieldfare, siskin and an influx of robin, goldfinch and chaffinch. It's also a great time to … Continue reading Winter bird walk at Sydenham Hill Wood, Sunday 11 February 2018

Swifts & Enhancing Urban Biodiversity

An illustrated talk by Edward Mayer of Swift Conservation 22 February 2018, 19.00 to 21.00 Lewisham Council Chambers - Booking via Eventbrite This talk should be useful for planners, developers, architects, bird-watchers, nature lovers and anyone with an interest in how we live in our towns and cities   Swifts are our fastest bird in … Continue reading Swifts & Enhancing Urban Biodiversity

Winter bird walk at Sydenham Hill Wood – 12 February 9am-12.30pm

Guided walk in Sydenham Hill Wood to find winter birds Love London's woodland birds this Valentine's Day! Join London Wildlife Trust for a guided walk to discover the range of birds present in Sydenham Hill Wood Winter sees the return of the iconic firecrest, redwing, fieldfare, siskin and an influx of robin, goldfinch and chaffinch. … Continue reading Winter bird walk at Sydenham Hill Wood – 12 February 9am-12.30pm

Winter Bird Walk at Crystal Palace Park – Thursday 10 November, 8am-9.30am

Join the London Wildlife Trust for a guided walk to explore the miraculous world of birds Discover the history of Crystal Palace Park as a part of the once vast Great North Wood and learn how to identify some of the myriad bird species which inhabit it. We will be meeting outside Crystal Palace Rail Station. This … Continue reading Winter Bird Walk at Crystal Palace Park – Thursday 10 November, 8am-9.30am

Free half term activity – Make your own Bird Feeder to take away!

  Join Nature's Gym and ChART to make your own bird feeder to take away.  It is of course important to feed birds all year round, but it is especially important in winter when their food is not so easy to come by.  Birds require high energy (high fat) foods during the cold winter weather … Continue reading Free half term activity – Make your own Bird Feeder to take away!

Evening bird walk at Sydenham Hill Wood – Thursday 19 May, 7pm-9pm

Guided bird walk with London Wildlife Trust in Sydenham Hill Wood Join the Sydenham Hill Wood Conservation Officer for a guided bird walk.  You will be listening to and observing the array of bird species present at the Wood. June is the height of the bird breeding season, meaning that birds will be most active before the … Continue reading Evening bird walk at Sydenham Hill Wood – Thursday 19 May, 7pm-9pm