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From the November 2023 issueLNHS newsletter November 2023 new

2    Notes for Contributors 

3    AGM – save the date 

3    Could you be the next Society Treasurer? 

4    Author of Review of the Year for the London Bird Report (LBR) 2022 onwards 

4    A London Bird Club field meetings leader volunteering in Bulgaria 

5    Meet the author: Dominic Couzens

7    Maximising the wildlife value of private gardens

9    Looking at trees around St Paul’s Cathedral 

13  East Finchley Cemetery tree walk 

15  Ruislip Lido and Woods 

17  Footscray Meadows 

18  Alexandra Palace 

19  RSPB Rainham Marshes 


Cover: Wren, WWT Barnes (Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne)