1. Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park

Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park is a small but precious green space located in North Greenwich which attracts a host of wildlife. The reserve reflects the nature of the original marshland on the peninsula, and contains bird hides where you can watch a variety of birds flit across the water. The pathways of the ecology park are lined with fences woven with spindly branches. It’s the perfect place to escape the noise and crowds of Urban London and to seek refuge in nature. There’s also a homely center with shelves filled with books on nature and wildlife, and seats to sit and relax.

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