Places to see birds

The cemetery is managed as a nature reserve and provides an important wildlife site in Hackney. More...

This is a conservation area in the grounds of Alexandra Palace, a well-known landmark. More...

These former gravel pits can be viewed from various points around the boundary, including the footbridge over the River Lee Navigation. More...

This nature reserve is popular with nature enthusiasts and conservationists. More...

An oasis in London where you can enjoy wildlife all year round. More...

Beddington Farmlands cover 400 acres of mixed habitat. More...

This former waste tip has become an award winning country park! More...

Berwick Ponds are part of the Ingrebourne marshes, a Site of Special Scientific Interest. More...

These reservoirs formed in the 1830's are well known for their waterfowl and Great Crested Grebe colonies. More...

Bushy park is the second largest Royal Park in London with a large variety of wildlife within its walls. More...

This little known gem of a bird watching site is becoming more popular lately. More...

This area is part of the original Thames floodplain but has been turned into a local nature reserve. More...

A number of rare sightings have been recorded at the large reed bed known as The Slack. More...

Take a day out in this ancient woodland and enjoy a variety of wildlife. More...

For year round waterfowl, this is the place to visit. More...

Hampstead Heath is known as one of London's best places to see wildlife. More...

Hyde Park, in the centre of London, has more wildlife to offer than you might think! More...

This country park has over 200 species of bird and 35 mammals including otter and watervole! More...

Part of this Victorian cemetery is now a nature reserve and Site of Metropolitan Importance for Wildlife. More...

Osterley park is perfect for a peaceful day wandering around parkland and lakes. More...

There can be no better way to spend your day than at Rainham Marshes if birds are what you want to see! More...

Regents Park and Primrose Hill offer a variety of habitats where there are plenty of opportunities to watch birds. More...

Whatever wildlife catches your interest, you are sure to find something just for you in Richmond Park. More...

With wheelchair friendly trails, 10 hides and a large variety of birds to see this is a wonderful place to take the whole family. More...

The three 'B's' can be seen in this country park... Birds, Butterflies and Bats! More...

These two reservoirs are well known for their rarities despite being close to Heathrow Airport! More...

If you want to watch the spring and autumn migration, this is an excellent place to do so. More...

These old gravel pits of the 1920's have become a wildlife haven today with a heron watchpoint! More...

Recorded as a Royal Hunting Lodge in the Domesday Book, this ancient park is now a favourite with bird watchers. More...

These reservoirs are a designated Sight of Special Scientific Interest and form part of the Lee Valley reservoir chain. More...

Wanstead is well known for its spring and autumn visitors including ring ouzel! More...

This local nature reserve is very popular with birdwatchers and a favourite of the Urban Birder! More...

Enjoy the Yeading Brook Meadows Local Nature Reserve which is one of the most important wildlife areas on the London flood plain. More...