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Wildlife on London’s Canals

Part of Regent 200

Nature Unwrapped

Wed 18 Mar
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Wildlife on London’s Canals

Part of Regent 200

Nature Unwrapped

We regret to inform you that due to government advice we are having to cancel this event at the London Canal Museum. We are working to find a new date later in the summer and all tickets will remain valid. If needed, refunds can also be requested. We very much hope to be in touch with you again with a date when the situation is clearer. With best wishes, Kings Place

Following the guidance from Public Heath England, it is with heavy hearts that we inform you that our artistic programme will be suspended until the advice changes. Read our full statement here.


In the 200th anniversary year of the building of the Regents Canal, discover the huge range of wildlife living within, beside and above London’s canals and waterways.

Karolina Leszczynska-Gogol works for the London Wildlife Trust and is the Senior Site and Projects Officer for Camley Street Natural Park, located alonf the Regent’s Canal in King’s Cross/ She has managed the site for the last three years and is an expert in its ecology.

Petra Sovic Davies works for the London Wildlife Trust managing the pan-London Water for Wildlife project. The project is focused on conservation of freshwater habitats, including restoration and naturalisation of London’s waterbodies; wildlife surveys and working with policy makers and partners to secure future for London’s wetlands. Petra has background in ecology and conservation, and specialises in wildlife in rivers and wetlands, as well as riverine and freshwater enhancement techniques that benefit wildlife.

Join them both to discover more about King’s Cross’ only nature reserve, reopening in 2020.

Date & start time:Wed 18 Mar – 7.30pm
Venue:London Canal Museum

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