Tagged in NATURE

Sensational Butterflies Has Landed In Kensington And It's Absolutely Magical

Sensational Butterflies Has Landed In Kensington And It's Absolutely Magical

Get up close to the winged wonders. | By Laura Reynolds
This Is Why You Should Put London Wetland Centre On Your Spring/Summer To Do List

This Is Why You Should Put London Wetland Centre On Your Spring/Summer To Do List

Escape the city. | By Londonist Staff
How And Where To See The Pelicans Of St James's Park

How And Where To See The Pelicans Of St James's Park

Say hello to Louis, Vaclav and Gargi. | By M@
Where Can You Find London's Tamest Peacocks?

Where Can You Find London's Tamest Peacocks?

Makes a change from the pigeon. | By M@
Squawk! London's Parakeets Star In New Children's Book

Squawk! London's Parakeets Star In New Children's Book

Can you spot them all? | By M@
What's Our Relationship With Nature? Wellcome Collection Investigates

What's Our Relationship With Nature? Wellcome Collection Investigates

A moving and deeply personal exhibition. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
How To Fill London With Nature

How To Fill London With Nature

Ideas for a greener city. | By M@
Video: The Gardens Of Kenwood House

Video: The Gardens Of Kenwood House

Escape the city. | By Daniela Ing
An Amazingly Detailed Map Of London's Trees

An Amazingly Detailed Map Of London's Trees

700,000 green treasures, mapped. | By M@
London's Best Museum Gardens

London's Best Museum Gardens

Skip the exhibits and head for the greenery. | By Laura Reynolds
London Should Be A National Park City: This Event Explains Why

London Should Be A National Park City: This Event Explains Why

Royal Festival Hall. | By M@
Do You Know Your Local River? Discover It At London Rivers Week

Do You Know Your Local River? Discover It At London Rivers Week

Learn about your waterway. | By Laura Reynolds
Track London's Urban Bees This Summer

Track London's Urban Bees This Summer

Get buzzy around King's Cross. | By Laura Reynolds
If Hitchcock's The Birds Freaks You Out, Look Away

If Hitchcock's The Birds Freaks You Out, Look Away

Awesome landmark bird boxes come to east London. | By Laura Reynolds
Video: See London From The Treetops

Video: See London From The Treetops

We go tree climbing with expert Jack Cooke. | By Laura Reynolds
Take A Royal Ramble Through Henry VIII's Hunting Ground

Take A Royal Ramble Through Henry VIII's Hunting Ground

Followed by a picnic in his palace. | By Laura Reynolds
London's Little Gardens: Lucas Gardens

London's Little Gardens: Lucas Gardens

A green TARDIS in Camberwell. | By Laura Reynolds
Help Create The World's Largest Edible Park

Help Create The World's Largest Edible Park

The Big Dig is back this weekend. | By Laura Reynolds
Dive The Great Barrier Reef With David Attenborough

Dive The Great Barrier Reef With David Attenborough

Without leaving London, naturally. | By Laura Reynolds
Free Family Fun: Half-Term At Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Free Family Fun: Half-Term At Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

560 acres to explore by foot, bike and boat. | Sponsor
Cody Dock Riverside Path Garden Springs To Life

Cody Dock Riverside Path Garden Springs To Life

Launches Greener Streets: Better Lives campaign. | By Lindsey
How Fast Is Spring Spreading Across London?

How Fast Is Spring Spreading Across London?

The Big Spring Watch needs you. | By Lindsey
What Are The Most Common Birds In London?

What Are The Most Common Birds In London?

There's more to our skies than pigeons. | By Laura Reynolds
Sip Gin In The Greenhouse At Kew Garden Lates

Sip Gin In The Greenhouse At Kew Garden Lates

Adults only events begin this week. | By Laura Reynolds
Friday Photos: Crocuses

Friday Photos: Crocuses

Or croci, if you prefer. | By Laura Reynolds
Explore The Plantastic World Of Flora At Horniman Museum

Explore The Plantastic World Of Flora At Horniman Museum

New family exhibition opens this weekend. | By Laura Reynolds
New Woodberry Wetlands Nature Reserve For Stoke Newington

New Woodberry Wetlands Nature Reserve For Stoke Newington

Set to open in the summer. | By Laura Reynolds
Where To Go Birdwatching In London

Where To Go Birdwatching In London

Not just the Trafalgar Square pigeons. | By Laura Reynolds
Families Invited To Explore Zoology At Grant Museum

Families Invited To Explore Zoology At Grant Museum

Get hands on with animal artefacts. | By Laura Reynolds
Friday Photos: London's Ponds

Friday Photos: London's Ponds

Dip into our gallery. | By Silvia Baretta
Reservoir Network To Become Europe's Largest Urban Wetland

Reservoir Network To Become Europe's Largest Urban Wetland

New nature park will attract rare species... and people. | By James Drury
Free Summer Fun In London: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Free Summer Fun In London: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Put it on your summer to-do list. | Sponsor
In Pictures: Kew Gardens' Plantasia Festival

In Pictures: Kew Gardens' Plantasia Festival

Pagoda climbing, barefoot walking, gin-supping fun. | Sponsor
Help Clean Up South East London's Rivers

Help Clean Up South East London's Rivers

3 Rivers clean-up. | By Lindsey
Feel-Good Greenery At Kew Gardens' Summer Festival

Feel-Good Greenery At Kew Gardens' Summer Festival

Plus, you can finally climb the Pagoda! | Sponsor
London Tree Week 2014

London Tree Week 2014

Tree walks and exhibition. | By M@
Chelsea Fringe 2014: Horticultural Highlights

Chelsea Fringe 2014: Horticultural Highlights

A celebration of growing and greening. | By Lindsey
Live Wild And Free At London Wildlife Art Exhibitions

Live Wild And Free At London Wildlife Art Exhibitions

Four new wildlife art exhibitions. All wild. All free. | By Laura Reynolds
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014 Coming Soon

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014 Coming Soon

Gardens and flowers galore. | By Silvia Baretta
Support London's Birds: Big Garden Birdwatch 2014

Support London's Birds: Big Garden Birdwatch 2014

Which birds visit your patch? | By Lindsey
Crowdfunding London: January

Crowdfunding London: January

Our latest round-up of worthy London crowdfunding projects. | By Chris Lockie
Climbing The Trees Of London

Climbing The Trees Of London

Man let loose up London trees with camera and notepad. | By Chris Lockie
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Thursday's news. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Nature-ist: Margravine Cemetery, Hammersmith

Nature-ist: Margravine Cemetery, Hammersmith

A thoroughly delightful Garden of Rest amid the office blocks of west London. | By Chris Lockie
Wander Round 200 Of London's Private Gardens

Wander Round 200 Of London's Private Gardens

Open Garden Squares Weekend is 8-9 June. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Preview: Chelsea Fringe Festival 2013

Preview: Chelsea Fringe Festival 2013

Three weeks of varied horticultural happenings across the capital. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Lost In London: A Tranquil Read About The City's Wild Outdoors

Lost In London: A Tranquil Read About The City's Wild Outdoors

A loving ode to London's Landscapes. | By Lindsey
London's Hidden Parks, Gardens And Green Spots Mapped

London's Hidden Parks, Gardens And Green Spots Mapped

Dig through the 'Nature-ist' archive and tell us where to go next. | By Lindsey
Young Peregrine Falcon Takes A Shine To Alexandra Palace

Young Peregrine Falcon Takes A Shine To Alexandra Palace

Peregrinations lead bird from Tate Modern to N22. | By Lindsey
Video: The Unofficial Countryside

Video: The Unofficial Countryside

A beautiful film of nature defying the city by Streetwise Opera. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Preview: Chelsea Fringe Festival

Preview: Chelsea Fringe Festival

New three-week festival guaranteed to get you into gardening. | By helenbabbs
Mayoral Elections: Nature, Food And Fresh Air

Mayoral Elections: Nature, Food And Fresh Air

Can London be transformed into a more productive, wildlife friendly place? | By helenbabbs
Spring Issue Of Lost In London Out Now

Spring Issue Of Lost In London Out Now

Charming mag reveals the wilder side of London. | By M@
The New Nature: Want To Write About London’s Wild Side?

The New Nature: Want To Write About London’s Wild Side?

There's a new online home for writing about wild London. | By helenbabbs
What Signs Herald London Spring For You?

What Signs Herald London Spring For You?

City of London announces catkins and blooming hazel on Hampstead Heath | By Janan Jay
Campaign To Save Highgate Orchard

Campaign To Save Highgate Orchard

Important wildlife habitat under threat from development of St Joseph's church. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Lost In London: Autumn Issue Out Now

Lost In London: Autumn Issue Out Now

Peace, wildlife and nature within the nooks and crannies of the city. | By M@
Preview: Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

Preview: Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

The annual must-see show opens today. | By M@
Review – From Garden City to Green City

Review – From Garden City to Green City

Tiny exhibition for London geeks and urban nature freaks | By helenbabbs
Help Bring Elm Trees Back To London

Help Bring Elm Trees Back To London

Live in Nine Elms, Elm Park or Elmwood Road? | By Lindsey