Evening tree walk at Sydenham Hill Wood – Wednesday 15 June, 7pm-9pm

Nature Conservation Lewisham

Guided tree walk in Sydenham Hill Wood to uncover the ancient landscape of the Great North Wood.

Sydenham Hill Wood © London Wildlife Trust Sydenham Hill Wood © London Wildlife Trust

Join the Sydenham Hill Wood Conservation Officer for a guided tree walk. As one of the largest remnants of the Great North Wood, the Wood has a fascinating range of native tree species which indicate the ancient lineage of the habitats.

By identifying the trees and understanding why they are there, a rich natural and cultural history can be uncovered, pointing to a landscape formed after the Ice Age ended some 10,000 years ago and redrawn over the centuries by human industry and settlement.

The trees of Sydenham Hill Wood provide habitat of metropolitan importance to London, with species like the great spotted woodpecker, nuthatch, stock dove and tree creeper dependent on the Wood’s populations of sessile oaks to survive.

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