Nature Unwrapped


What's On

Sorry this event has been postponed until later this year due to the Coronavirus emergency.

Join us for a topic not often considered; the wildlife of London's canals. They are a man-made habitat for fish, insects, plants, animals and birds and bring biodiversity to London in a green corridor. The event is jointly organised with King's Place, or neighbours "over the water", and there will be speakers from the London Wildlife Trust to share their detasiled knowledge about this aspect of our canal heritage, as we celebrate 200 years of the Regent's Canal in London.

Tickets are £12.50 - no concessions available

Starts at 1930 - bar open beforehand and in the interval

Special offer - London Canal Museum social media followers may buy tickets for £10 each (maximum two per person) but only a limited number of these discounted tickets is available.

Two black water birds, coots, sit on a nest of twigs and plant material in waterDiscover the huge range of wildlife living within, beside and above Londonís canals and waterways.

Karolina Leszczynska-Gogol works for the London Wildlife Trust and is the Senior Site and Projects Officer for Camley Street Natural Park, located alonf the Regentís Canal in Kingís Cross/ She has managed the site for the last three years and is an expert in its ecology.

Petra Sovic Davies works for the London Wildlife Trust managing the pan-London Water for Wildlife project. The project is focused on conservation of freshwater habitats, including restoration and naturalisation of Londonís waterbodies; wildlife surveys and working with policy makers and partners to secure future for Londonís wetlands. Petra has background in ecology and conservation, and specialises in wildlife in rivers and wetlands, as well as riverine and freshwater enhancement techniques that benefit wildlife.

Join them both to discover more about Kingís Crossí only nature reserve, reopening in 2020.

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