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Beverley Brook Lost Nature Trail

Find out more about the extinct and endangered local animals featured on our Lost Nature Trail.

We know what it looks like now, but have you ever wondered what this area might have looked like in the past? What might have lived here? Follow the Beverley Brook Lost Nature Trail to find out! On this self-guided walk you will spot species that are threatened or extinct, that would have once called this area home. You can get your tickets here.

Each ticket includes a Guide Sheet and map (which you can collect or download) and a badge (which you can collect before or after completing the trail). Use the worksheet and map to follow the trail and record the cut-out animals – once you have completed the trail, you can submit your evidence to be entered into a prize draw!

After finishing the walk, come back to this page to find out more about these species. Learn why they went missing or why are they endangered, and what we can do to prevent further loss and improve the biodiversity in the Brook.

This event is held as part of London Rivers Week, a week-long annual campaign inspiring the public to celebrate all of London’s rivers and the many projects taking place to protect them (22-30 June 2024).

Large Copper Butterfly (Lycaena dispar)

White Clawed Crayfish (Austropotamobius pallipes)

Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)

Northern Pool Frog (Pelophylax lessonae)

Grass Snake (Natrix natrix)

Dalmatian Pelican (Pelecanus crispus)

Western Marsh Harrier (Circus aeruginosus)

Water Vole (Arvicola amphibius)

Eurasian Otter (Lutra lutra)

European Beaver (Castor fiber)

 

 

Photos by Chucholl, Ch., Allaya Nija, Charles J. Sharp, Andy Spark, Adam Tinworth via Unsplash.

Beverley Brook Lost Nature Trail

Find out more about the extinct and endangered local animals featured on our Lost Nature Trail.

We know what it looks like now, but have you ever wondered what this area might have looked like in the past? What might have lived here? Follow the Beverley Brook Lost Nature Trail to find out! On this self-guided walk you will spot species that are threatened or extinct, that would have once called this area home. You can get your tickets here.

Each ticket includes a Guide Sheet and map (which you can collect or download) and a badge (which you can collect before or after completing the trail). Use the worksheet and map to follow the trail and record the cut-out animals – once you have completed the trail, you can submit your evidence to be entered into a prize draw!

After finishing the walk, come back to this page to find out more about these species. Learn why they went missing or why are they endangered, and what we can do to prevent further loss and improve the biodiversity in the Brook.

This event is held as part of London Rivers Week, a week-long annual campaign inspiring the public to celebrate all of London’s rivers and the many projects taking place to protect them (22-30 June 2024).

Large Copper Butterfly (Lycaena dispar)

White Clawed Crayfish (Austropotamobius pallipes)

Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)

Northern Pool Frog (Pelophylax lessonae)

Grass Snake (Natrix natrix)

Dalmatian Pelican (Pelecanus crispus)

Western Marsh Harrier (Circus aeruginosus)

Water Vole (Arvicola amphibius)

Eurasian Otter (Lutra lutra)

European Beaver (Castor fiber)

 

 

Photos by Chucholl, Ch., Allaya Nija, Charles J. Sharp, Andy Spark, Adam Tinworth via Unsplash.