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London's Finest Birdwatching Sites The Wildlife Of Copped Hall Park

A look at the wildlife of Copped Hall near Epping Forest.


The once grand Copped Hall was destroyed by a fire in 1917 and the extensive gardens soon reverted to scrub and sycamore copse. However, close proximity to the upper reaches of Epping Forest meant wildlife was free to move in. In the mid-1990s a trust was set up to restore the site and in 2012 Peter Warne, accomplished nature photographer and author of ‘Finding Wildlife in Epping Forest’, was asked to map the wildlife of the park and gardens. It has proved a wonderful journey and gets better with every year. In this talk Peter will include stories of the birds that visit, a kestrel that fell into the pond in the walled garden and the competition for life in the compost heaps.


Speaker(s):

Peter Warne | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

23 March 2016 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

The LookOut / Isis Education Centre
Hyde Park
London
W2 2UH

http://www.supporttheroyalparks.org/assets/0000/5811/Map_and_directions_to_Isis_Education_Centre.pdf
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Organised by:

London Natural History Society
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Tickets:

£2

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