Honey Bee on LavenderWinterton House Community GardenEcology Park, Mile End ParkBlue TitCrocusesGrey SquirrelSwedenborg Square OrchardDew on grass stemFirecrestSweet VioletFeeding birds in Victoria ParkMudchute ParkGreen Roof, Canary WharfHedgehogEast India Dock BasinGuided walk, Mile End Park

Welcome to Tower Habitats, the biodiversity partnership for the London Borough of Tower Hamlets

This website contains all sorts of information about wildlife in Tower Hamlets, where to see it, and how to help the borough’s biodiversity, whether you are a resident or visitor, a land manager or a developer. If you would like to get involved, please tell us where you've seen hedgehogs, stag beetles, sparrows, bats and frogs on the Tower Hamlets wildlife survey and you can also join in the Tower Hamlets bee survey. You can see all the most recent wildlife sightings on our Wildlife Reports page and if you are a school or a community group, take a look at what Tower Habitats biodiversity grants are available from the Tower Hill Trust.

New on the website: free butterfly training courses at Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park added to the training page 21/3/22

If you would like to join our mailing list to receive newsletters and other information about biodiversity in Tower Hamlets, please enter your details in the blue box. Our Events Calendar was been taken offline while Government advice was to avoid unnecessary social contact. It will be back up, listing all wildlife-related events in Tower Hamlets, very soon.

Below are some downloads you may find useful, including our latest newsletter.