Wildlife

Camden is home to wildlife sites managed by different organisations, including: 

There are also smaller local wildlife sites with habitat features such as ponds, orchards, wildflower meadows and woodland copses.  

Camden is home to some specialist species such as the peregrine falcon, found nesting on tall buildings in the south of the borough, and at least 9 species of bat.

Get involved

Volunteering 

To get involved in managing wildlife join Camden Green Gym.

Record wildlife sightings 

Help us understand more about our wildlife by: 

If you find a dead or injured animal, or if you witness wildlife crime, find out what to do at Help Wildlife. 

Camden Biodiversity Action Plan 

The plan outlines a series of actions to ensure that biodiversity is safeguarded in the borough and that people in Camden have opportunities to get involved.  

Outdoor learning 

Camden’s nature reserves and green spaces provide a rich environment for outdoor learning. Most of our nature reserves are open to the public at weekends. 

Schools and childcare settings can book sites for self-led activities. You will need to complete a risk assessment and provide evidence of your public liability insurance. You are also required to abide to Camden Schools Nature Reserves Code of Conduct when using a nature site. 

Schools Nature Reserves Booking Form

Maps of childcare locations and nearby nature areas: