London Wildlife Trust

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London Wildlife Trust was founded in 1981.[1] It is one of 47 members of the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts (known as The Wildlife Trusts), each of which is a local nature conservation charity for its area.[2]

The Trust aims to protect London's wildlife and wild spaces, and it manages over 40 nature reserves in Greater London,[3] One of its campaigns is to turn London's gardens into mini-nature reserves,[4] and it provides education services for schools. Local groups work on reserves and organise walks.[5]

In its Annual Review for 2008-2009, the Trust showed an income of £2.5 million, but it did not show its membership.[6]

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Reserves managed by the Trust include Camley Street Natural Park, Crane Park Island, Denham Lock Wood, Frays Farm Meadows, Gunnersbury Triangle, Isleworth Ait, Mill Hill Old Railway Nature Reserve, Oak Hill Wood, Riddlesdown (part), Rowley Green Common, Saltbox Hill, Sydenham Hill Wood and Totteridge Fields.

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