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Queen’s Wood, London

Queen’s Wood, London
A dark, fairytale wood of ancient oak, hornbeam, wild service, beech, ash, maple and holly. Three species of woodpecker can be seen (and heard), along with goldcrests, sparrows, song thrushes, sparrowhawks, tree creepers and wrens, and an alarming variety of spiders have been recorded.

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Regent’s Park, London

Regent’s Park, London
Although far from an untamed environment, winged creatures love this park. Owls, kestrels and herons all make their home here, along with numerous ducks, visiting geese and a fairly sizeable, albeit very discreet, bat population.

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Russia Dock Woodland, London

Russia Dock Woodland, London
Where once stevedores humped timber from the forests of eastern Europe, now trees grow and butterflies dance in long grass. It would be easy to overlook that this was a working dock until the 1970s were it not for bollards, mooring chains and other elements from the area’s past which have been incorporated into its fabric.

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