London Wetland Center brings the countryside to London. Caretakers have created numerous wildlife habitats such as lakes, pools and gardens that are home to birds, frogs and newts. There are scrapes for wading birds to feed on, reed beds where up to seven bitterns make their home each winter and grazing marshes and wildflower meadows. In the decade since the center opened over 200 species of bird have been spotted, making it a bird watching paradise. It is not just wildlife enthusiasts and keen bird watchers that enjoy the beauty of the nature reserve. It’s a wonderful place for a relaxing walk through the scenic paths that meander among the lakes and meadows. Or to simply sit on one of the benches dotted around reserve and watch the ducks, swans, dragonflies and water voles.
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