Tower Habitats is 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 join our mailing list to receive newsletters and other information about biodiversity in Tower Hamlets, please enter your e-mail address below:
- Download the new Tower Hamlets Local Biodiversity Action Plan 2019-24
- Download our Go Wild in Tower Hamlets leaflet
- Please tell us where you've seen hedgehogs, stag beetles, sparrows, bats and frogs on the Tower Hamlets wildlife survey
- Join in the Tower Hamlets bee survey
- Latest wildlife sightings
- Download the Events Calendar (updated 13 November with a community tree planting day in Mile End Park on 30 November)
- Check out the Tower Habitats biodiversity grants for schools and community groups, available from the Tower Hill Trust
- Download the latest edition of our newsletter Tower Habitats Newsflash October 2019
- Download the 2018 Annual Report
- Additional information on scarce bees added to the Bees in Tower Hamlets page
Local spider expert Edward Milner writes: At the end of October the pitfall traps just by the Soanes Centre in…