The London Wildlife Trust writes... Understanding where butterflies are found in London and how abundant they are helps us better understand the issues they face and what solutions we can provide. In the UK many species of butterfly are in decline, but in London things are looking more hopeful with numbers of some butterfly species actually increasing.
A guided butterfly walk in Sydenham Hill Wood Please note booking is essential for this event Join the London Wildlife Trust's Sydenham Hill Wood volunteer Emma Pooley for a guided walk looking at the range of butterflies that can be found in an urban woodland. Sydenham Hill Wood is a mixture of ancient and secondary woodland … Continue reading Butterfly Walk, Sydenham Hill Woods – Sunday 23 July, 2pm-4pm
Please see attached the new Nature’s Gym programme. There are a couple of sites on there that we’ve not been to for a while alongside some old favourites. Please note that Nature’s Gym is not running on 7th or 14th July. Our first session of the new programme will be on 21st July. The following … Continue reading July-September 2016 Nature’s Gym programme
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have had to change the location of this Thursday's Nature's Gym. We will now be at Garthorne Road nature reserve creating more woodland scallops. We are creating these because, open space is the most important part of a woodland for butterflies, especially its edge habitat where the warmest conditions are found. Cutting … Continue reading Nature’s Gym location change