Hainault Forest Website
Written, Designed and with Photographs by © Brian Ecott
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Daniel Erickson-Hull's blog of bird watching in Redbridge with observations in Fairlop, Wanstead and Hainault etc.
For those with interests in Plant Galls.
Aids to identification and distribution maps
The oldest and best Natural History Society in Essex.
The Essex Field Club were closely associated with Hainault Forest and the re-afforestation plans in 1902. Frequent field meetings are held in the forest.
Actively involved in the Conservation and Management of Epping Forest. Help maintain diversity by undertaking practical tasks on important sites, especially threatened areas such as ponds, bogs, heaths and grasslands.
ESSEX KITE GROUP often meet in Hainault Country Park.
Part of Hainault Forest lies within Essex
A strong and active Friends group, representing the varied interests of all sections of the public who appreciate and use Epping Forest.
Paul Mabbott's website of Ladybird and Beetle surveys for The London Natural History Society and The Essex Field Club.
LAMBOURNE CENTRE For outdoor learning.
'By producing an Action Plan for Biodiversity, London is giving a lead to other World Cities - not only in making its own particular contribution to conservation of global diversity, but in demonstrating that nature is a vital ingredient in the quality of life of city dwellers.'
Hainault Forest is in the catchment area.
Covers Hainault Forest in Redbridge.
Modern photographs of Lambourne village and Church history. 1841 Tithes, War memorial inscriptions, Poaching, Lopping, Grave robbing and other crimes
The airfield was situated on the site of Kingswood, until 1851 part of Hainault Forest.
Dedicated to teaching people how to identify trees and showing where examples can be found in London.
The History and Wildlife of Wanstead.
Conservation, walks in Wanstead