Discover a wealth of wildlife in Sutton. See our resources on local conservation achievements and find exciting new ways to engage with all the wildlife on your doorstep!
Learn more about a two-year project, run by the London Borough of Sutton’s Biodiversity team, that reached beyond Council-owned nature reserves and parks to traditional back gardens, school grounds, allotments and churchyards where we have very few biodiversity records.
The Nature Explorer Map provides handy information on selected wildlife sites in the Borough related to activities and seasonal interest, species, habitats and their management, transport and parking, accessibility, contact details and even QR codes to access information on the go.
Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, this A5 fold-out map is free. Download your copy here.
The SNCV assist the Biodiversity Team with practical habitat management work on over 30 sites in the London Borough of Sutton. Use our interactive map to find out more about each site. Volunteer with the SNCV and you’ll have the opportunity to visit and work on these sites every Tuesday and Thursday. Find out more about Sutton’s nature reserves below.
- Avenue Primary School Nature Area
- Belmont Pastures
- Carshalton Road Pastures
- Cuddington Meadows
- Devonshire Avenue Nature Area
- Roundshaw Downs
- Sutton Common
- Therapia Lane Rough
- The Warren
- Wellfield North
- Anton Crescent Wetlands
- Carew Manor Wetlands
- Kimpton Balancing Pond and Buffer Strip
- Wandle Valley Wetlands