Today the Great North Wood lives on as a scattering of ancient woodland fragments, with Sydenham Hill Wood and Dulwich Wood forming the largest. Ancient woodland is interspersed with recent woodland and other greenspaces and the landscape continues to be a vital resource for wildlife and people alike.
For more information about the Great North Wood please visit the London Wildlife Trust's webpage https://www.wildlondon.org.uk/great-north-wood
Submit your wildlife sightings to Greenspace Information for Greater London (GiGL):
GiGL is the capital's environmental record centre- we mobilise, curate and share data that underpins our knowledge of London's natural environment. The GiGL species dataset is an extensive database of species records and although most tax are represented gaps do exist both species and geographical in nature.
You can share your own records using the template on the GiGL website here:
Or by using the online recording form
Please note: You must have permission to share any records that are not your own. For more information on the work we do please visit https://www.gigl.org.uk/
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