• Photo Exhibition 2020 is open
    So get on down to Walpole Park, our competition winners will be on display in the glorious Autumn surroundings for the next 6-8 weeks! Here’s a sneak peek at some of the wonderful winners…
  • What to see & do in October
    The nights are drawing in and we’ve seen a bit more rain but it doesn’t mean that we need to stay indoors!  The ‘there’s no bad weather, only inappropriate clothing’ quote is one which has a lot of truth to it so, once you’ve wrapped up and ventured outside, what can you expect to find? […]
  • Fresh discussions & alternative visions on the future of Warren Farm
    Dear friends,  As many are aware, the long and complicated battle to save Warren Farm from development by QPR reached another milestone earlier this year with the football club pulling out of the proposed redevelopment scheme. This is perhaps in no small part due to the renewed pressure, most recent legal challenge and determined campaigning […]
  • Getting Closer – Macro Photography
    Long time EWG member and nature photographer extraordinaire Nigel Bewley has put together two new photography tutorials for us! This one is about macro photography, perfect for up close shots of insects and other small creatures. The previous one is about photographing birds in your garden. Check out his other tutorials Birds in Flight and Photographing Wildlife in […]
  • Photographing Birds in Your Garden
    Long time EWG member and nature photographer extraordinaire Nigel Bewley has put together two new photography tutorials for us! This one is about photographing birds in your garden and the next one is about macro photography. Check out his other tutorials Birds in Flight and Photographing Wildlife in its Environment. Thanks Nigel! First, attract birds […]
  • Ealing Wildlife Group Photography Competition is open!
    Mission: An exhibition of photography to highlight the wonderful nature and wild spaces on our doorstep, celebrating the important relationships between people and local wildlife in Ealing. Judging criteria: We want to explore what nature and wildlife means to you. Everyone sees their surroundings through a different lens, so we want to celebrate diverse personal journeys […]
  • Things to see in September!
    Collect and plant tree seeds The best time to plant a tree was 50 years ago, the next best time is now! With climate change, biodiversity loss and loss of green space in urban areas all real concerns, trees are a real asset. So why not grow some trees for future generations? We’re seeing a […]
  • When is watching wildlife harmful to wildlife?
    There have been a few times recently where I’ve had to make a decision on whether to share wonderful wildlife news, or hold back and keep it to myself. Mainly to protect the wildlife from disturbance or harm. In August for example, we finally released some very exciting footage of barn owls using one of […]
  • EWG bat walks are back!
    The summer is coming near to an end but with relaxing of lockdown rules we wanted to squeeze in a few bat walks before our little winged flittermouse friends retire for their annual hibernation in a few months time. Paula Kirby, coordinator extraordinaire of our EWG Bat Pack has been busy researching and organising how […]
  • Costons Lane Nature Reserve: Grand plans revealed!
    Here are our plans for the derelict and often flooded allotments site at Costons Lane. Our aim is to turn it into a refuge for nature and people alike. The front section will be a landscaped utilities area. This will be perfect for showcasing ideas for wildlife gardening. Our recycled storage container and decking surround […]