Do Pigeons Take The Tube?

By helenbabbs Last edited 104 months ago
Do Pigeons Take The Tube?

Know any acrobatic squirrels they could talk to?
Is London's most acrobatic squirrel raiding your bird feeders or are there birds nesting on your balcony? Have you ever met a Cockney badger or witnessed mallard gang rape? Have you seen a snake slithering along the Regent's Canal? Do you know where to witness the most dramatic fox raids or see pigeons taking the tube? Perhaps you've come face to face with a vengeful crow? These are a few of the stories / rumours / urban myths that some wildlife film-makers are trying to get to the bottom of.

They've been commissioned by the BBC Natural History Unit to make an hour-long wild portrait of London to broadcast in 2012. The film-makers, from Oscar winning independent production company Passion Pictures, want their documentary to show human interactions with urban nature, as well as showing the wildlife in all its stunning glory. They're after great stories about wildlife in the capital, spectacular things to film and interesting Londoners to speak to.

If you have a wild story to tell, visit their website to find out how you could get involved -

Last Updated 17 June 2010