Nature London McIlwraith Field Naturalists

Nature London (McIlwraith Field Naturalists) is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of nature. Nature London members come from all walks of life and share a common interest in natural history

The origins of Nature London go back to 1864, with the founding of the London branch of the Entomological Society. In 1890 this insect-study group added sections devoted to botany, ornithology, geology, and microscopy. Only the ornithological section survived, changing its name in 1903 to the McIlwraith Ornithological Club, in 1965 to the McIlwraith Field Naturalists, and in 2009 to Nature London.

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Birding Wing

The Birding Wing is a special interest group within Nature London for anyone (from amateur to professional) interested in birds and birding. Membership in Nature London includes membership in the Birding Wing, and new birders are particularly welcome.

Birding Wing meetings are held at the Civic Garden Complex on Springbank Drive, just west of Wonderland Road (going west, the first entrance on the north side). The building is wheelchair accessible and offers free parking. The buses that stop near the Civic Garden Complex are No. 5 Springbank for people traveling east/west and No. 10 Wonderland for people traveling north/south.

Nature London’s Birding Wing presents more indoor talks through the fall, winter and spring.

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