Get Close to Nature in London

London is a concrete jungle that is densely populated and offers a host of attractions for visitors. However, besides its urban appeal, the city is also home to wildlife that also attracts tourists. Given below are the main places for wildlife spotting and for getting up close and personal with Mother Nature.

London Wetland Centre: If you are interested in bird watching, you should visit London Wetland Centre that was created to preserve the wetlands in London. Hundreds of birds can be found here with a number of them being species that are rarely seen anywhere else in the city. The centre is made up of four Victorian reservoirs that attract these birds. It also has a number of ponds, gardens and lakes as well as a café. A number of events are organized regularly including bird feeds, otter experiences and early morning bird watching.

Visit Richmond Park: Originally designed for being a park for deer, it is the largest of the Royal Parks and is home to over 600 red and fallow deer. They are free to roam about the park grazing the fields, enabling visitors to have a close look at them. A number of rare beetles, snakes, woodpeckers and toads can also be seen here.

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Flora and Fauna at City Parks: London’s small and large city parks are home to a large range of flora and fauna that you can see as you might come across a squirrel, an interesting British bird species or something a little bit different. Regular events are organized at many of the parks, including the beautiful Royal Parks, such as regular events, talks and guided walks.

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Hyde Park: Located in the core of the city, Hyde Park offers a range of flora and fauna. At the Serpentine Lake, you can see swans and different types of ducks and at the various floral areas you can find beautiful butterflies and bees. It encourages the arrival of more new species.

Natural History Museum: This museum regularly organises wildlife photography exhibitions as well as dinosaurs and wildlife exhibitions in a stunning Hogwarts-like Victorian building. Summer butterfly exhibitions are also organized regularly.

Osterley Park: At this stunning park you can see American Kestrel (Falco sparvenus) and a lake hidden away in it.

Bushy Park: This is the second largest Royal Park and it offers amazing recreational activities such as fishing and boating. You can also see some wildlife such as fallow deer.

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