June Wildlife Walk At Gunnersbury Triangle

A Sunday afternoon stroll at the nature reserve

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Come along on Sunday, June 11th from 11am - 1 pm for a summer walk at your local nature reserve. Gunnersbury Triangle is alive with plants and animals; local wildlife expert John Wells will lead a walk and talk looking at the wealth of nature that can be found on the reserve.

a butterfly moth on a leaf

With woodlands, wetlands and meadows, the Triangle is home to a variety of plants and trees. You may spot insects such as butterflies or stag beetles, hear the song thrush singing or even see fox cubs playing on the reserve.
This is a free event. No booking needed. Donations are welcome.

Meet at the entrance of Gunnersbury Triangle Nature Reserve
Bollo Lane, London W4 5LW
(opposite Chiswick Park tube station)

Gunnersbury Triangle is a local wet woodland nature reserve that was saved from development in the early 1980s.

Today, birds and small mammals take advantage of the sheltered birch and willow, while walkways and footpaths help visitors explore this wild oasis in Chiswick.

June 8, 2017

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