Local wildlife and conservation organisations and groups wildflowers

Kingston Biodiversity Network: Facebook group and occasional events for for those interested in or involved with nature conservation. 

Thames Landscape Strategy: “ Our aim is to conserve, promote and enhance for the future, one of the world’s great river landscapes, the Arcadian Thames, between Weybridge, Hampton and Kew.

Seething Wells Action Group: campaigning to save Seething Wells Filter Beds, a Site of Importance to Nature Conservation, located on Metropolitan Open Land in Surbiton's Riverside South Conservation area.

Kingston Cemetery Nature Group: “a network passionate about Kingston's Wildlife, promoting conservation events and biodiversity news.”

Hogsmill Local Nature Reserve Wildlife: photos, sightings and information of the wildlife in the Hogsmill Local Nature Reserve.

Friends of Ham Lands: conservation activities just over the border in Ham, with a Facebook page and newsletters.  

Friends of Richmond Park 


Other wildlife campaigns, organisations and sources of support and information 

CPRE London - London's countryside charity “Fighting to protect London's green spaces for the health and enjoyment of everyone”

Woodland Trust - UK's Largest Woodland Conservation Charity

Buglife: “Imagine trying to travel around the UK without our road and rail network. Or imagine if nine out of every ten miles of road just didn’t exist – life would be impossible! That is the situation faced by our vital pollinators and other bugs. B-Lines is Buglife’s unique solution.”

BAT Conservation Trust: “ Our vision is of a world rich in wildlife where bats and people thrive together.”

Bumblebee Conservation Trust with FREE resources 

London Wildlife Trust 

Badger Trust “exists to promote and enhance the welfare, conservation and protection of badgers, their setts, and their habitats”.

Butterfly Conservation “Butterflies and moths are sensitive indicators of the health of our environment. Find out how you can help them”.

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds RSPB, including why and how to make a pond

The Hackney Buzzline - Community gardens in Hackney and Newham — ecoACTIVE | environmental education in East London

The National Biodiversity Network (NBN): “a collaborative partnership created to exchange biodiversity information.” See their State of Nature 2023 report.  

Froglife, including Just Add Water: a handy guide to creating and looking after a wildlife pond in your garden