Helping wildlife on Sutton's doorstep

Month November 2015

Dog Attack – Cuddington Meadows

The Biodiversity Team has been informed today that a dog attack has taken place on the sheep that were grazing Cuddington Meadows. The sheep have been removed from site. We have been informed that of the 12 sheep on site,… Continue Reading →

State of Nature Report

In 2013, scientists belonging to 25 nature organisations, worked together to compile a comprehensive stock take of our native species – coined the State of Nature report. Alarmingly, 60% of the assessed species have declined over the last 50 years…. Continue Reading →

Grazing Consultation – Wellfield South

Over the last few months, the London Borough of Sutton Biodiversity Team have run a small consultation on the potential grazing of Wellfield South, a 0.6ha site in Carshalton Beeches. [googlemaps] The Biodiversity Team are happy to report that the majority… Continue Reading →

Nature Discovery at the Weekend

These fun-filled backpacks are available to hire from Honeywood Museum, Honeywood Walk by Carshalton Ponds, at weekends! Hire your own backpack full of fun equipment to take off for your own wild adventure. Look for birds with the binoculars, collect… Continue Reading →

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