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Three outdoor creature comforts in London

Posted at 12:30 pm, March 21, 2015 in Outdoor London

Have yourself some animal magic this spring!

DAWN CHORUS DAY AT LONDON WETLAND CENTRE

Book now to be up with the lark (and the lapwing, the buzzard and the sandpiper) for the 5am Dawn Chorus at the London Wetland Centre. Catching an early flight in west London has never been so magical. Queen Elizabeth’s Walk, SW13 9WT. May 3.

Tulips in Golders Hill Park, London

GOLDERS HILL PARK

Go wild at the open-air menagerie at Golders Hill Park, as fallow deer, donkeys, lemurs and an aviary of weird and wonderful birds all prepare to get their seasonal rut on. West Heath Rd, NW11 7QP.

Battersea park ©phil fisk© Phil Fisk

BATTERSEA PARK POOCH PARADE

Support the Zoological Society of London’s roarsome Lions400 campaign – aiming to save the last 400 Asiatic lions – by registering your beloved mutt for its Pooch Parade: a 2.5km sponsored dogwalk around Battersea Park. It’s the mane event! Battersea Park, SW11 4NJ. Mar 22.

Take as look at this summer’s best outdoor activities or our guide to city farms in London.

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