Urban Wildlife Talk – Friday 5th February 2016, Peckham Library

Nature Conservation Lewisham

Fox and badger feeding side by side Badger and Fox by Ernie Thomason

Join London Wildlife Trust at Peckham Library to learn about the amazing wildlife thriving in the capital

Daniel Greenwood will be giving a talk about the array of wild animals and plants that live in London, despite it being a densely populated city

London is known to have over 13,000 species of plant, animal and fungus, though this talk will focus more on those you can expect, or perhaps least expect, to encounter

Daniel is the Conservation Project Officer for Sydenham Hill Wood in the south of the borough of Southwark, a very special nature reserve. The Wood is home to hedgehogs, foxes, owls, hawks, falcon, stag beetles, as well as a number of butterflies, amphibians and lots of mushrooms

London’s natural past will be illustrated to show how our wildlife manages to thrive in one of the greatest cities in the world

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