Eighty new reed beds installed on Wapping canal

Wapping's much loved ornamental canal is being spruced up today as eighty new floating red beds…

He’s back! Kevin (or Keeva) the Kingfisher returns to Wapping

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Kevin (or Keeva) the Kingfisher has returned to…

Plans for improving the ecology of Wapping Canal unveiled

The Tower Habitats team have been busy and have come up with a plan to improve…

Wapping’s Egyptian Geese goslings continue to thrive on Shadwell Basin

All six Egyptian Geese goslings continue to thrive on and around Shadwell Basin and are now…

Shadwell Egyptian Geese and six gooselets all well

After receiving reports of something very nasty happening to the Egyptian Geese family on Shadwell Basin…

Anyone missing a peacock? Mr. Shouty ruffles feathers in the Isle of Dogs

A peacock's plumage is a wonder of the animal world but few expect to find a…

Nine Egyptian Geese goslings in Shadwell Basin

Many residents have reported theĀ Egyptian Geese goslings in Shadwell Basin and so we sent our Wildlife…

The Tale of the Very Small and Very Lost Wapping Wagtail

Our Wildlife Rangers (Central Wapping Division) have been in action most of the morning dealing with…

#holewatch – Special Bat Planning Edition!

There is nothing the Wapping Mole likes more than a bit of digging. Well, apart from…

Great Crested Grebes nesting on Shadwell Basin – photo story

A pair of Great Crested Grebes are nesting and mating on the south side of Shadwell…