OXFORD URBAN WILDLIFE GROUP

OXFORD URBAN WILDLIFE GROUP

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Biodiversity, Community

Oxford Urban Wildlife Group (OUWG) was established by a group of community wildlife enthusiasts in 1988 with a vision to maintain and conserve wildlife in Oxford, and to help local people discover the city’s wildlife and wild places.

What we do

We have been fulfilling our mission over the past 30 years by creating and managing Boundary Brook Nature Park, a three-acre wildlife haven in the heart of East Oxford featuring mixed woodland, pond, butterfly glades, and a demonstration wildlife garden.

We are currently restoring the demonstration wildlife garden, developing a butterfly meadow, involved in a slow worm study and actively maintaining and restoring a diversity of natural woodland areas.

Location: OXFORD

Contact: Helen Edwards

Address: Boundary Brook Nature Reserve, Oxford, OX4 4AW, United Kingdom

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