The Royal Parks are great places to connect with nature. These self-led walks in the central Royal Parks will help you discover more about our conservation initiatives and introduce you to some of the parks smallest inhabitants – the invertebrates.

The Help Nature Thrive┬áteam are dedicated to preserving and enhancing biodiversity across the parks, through habitat creation work – things like pollinator meadows, bee banks, bug hotels, loggeries and aquatic engineering – all of which provide places for invertebrates and other wildlife to shelter, forage and nest.

Download the maps for their Ladybird Trail, The Water Beetle Walk, Hoverfly Hop, Bee Walk, Caterpillar Crawl, Dragonfly Trail or Spider Stroll on these beautiful self-guided walks.

 

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The Royal Parks


Explore the Royal Parks with Help Nature Thrive bug trails
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Royal Parks, including St James's Park, Regents Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens
United Kingdom

Website

https://www.royalparks.org.uk/read-watch-listen/explore-royal-parks-help-nature-thrives-bug-trails

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