We want visitors to help nature thrive in the parks by observing wildlife in its natural habitat, rather than seeking an up-close-and-personal encounter. Find out more.
We love to see the parks full of people enjoying themselves, but warm weather also leads to more litter, and the use of disposable barbecues – resulting in harmful consequences for the wildlife that inhabit our parks.
The Royal Parks are important refuges for nature in London, with over 4,000 species of invertebrates recorded and most parks supporting over 100 species of birds.
Join us for a day of storytelling, bug hunting and critter crafting. Discover why invertebrates are so important to life on earth, and explore their habitats.
Volunteering opportunities at The Royal Parks Charity vary from long-term roles as park rangers, to shorter term opportunities and one-off projects, such as habitat creation and wildlife planting.
To celebrate Garden Wildlife Week we’ve put together a series of resources to help you to do the same at home - whether you have a windowsill, a balcony or a garden. Support invertebrate life, and the other wildlife that depend on them.
We are delighted to announce that Andrew Palmer has been crowned the overall winner of our birding photography competition with his photo of great crested grebes performing their iconic courting ritual on the Serpentine. Find out more.