Members' Walk: Invasive species at WWT London Wetland Centre
Guided Walk, Sat 7 Oct 2017
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What do marsh frogs, parakeets, New Zealand pigmyweed, and box tree moth have in common? They are all non-native species to the UK. While some of these species have enriched our gardens with colour and wildlife, others have been highly invasive in the UK and are now threatening our native habitats and species.
Come on this walk to discover more about non-native species in the UK. Find out which plants and animals have become invasive and are now harming the environment and learn what people can do to manage them.
|Sat 7 Oct 2017||13:00|
£2 per person. Starting in the courtyard. Booking essential
TQ 226768 51.47687 -0.23601
The London Wetland Centre is easily accessible by car, situated less than one mile from the South Circular (A205) at Roehampton and the A4 at Hammersmith.
Buses - from Hammersmith tube - 283, 33, 72, 209; Duck Bus
Main line - Barnes (take 33, 72) or Barnes Bridge (take 209).
- Disabled access
- Education/study area
- Gift shop
- On-site light refreshments
- Public toilets
- Wheelchairs available
- Accepts groups