'Winter Warmer' Online Talks
For this series of online talks which take place between November - March.
These talks are designed to bring a little light, community and learning to you during those long winter nights.
Each month offers a new theme and explores a variety of topics from hidden parts of the parks to learning more about the fantastic heritage and wildlife within the parks.
Conserving Nature in the Royal Parks
7 December 2023, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Discover how we are working to protect, conserve and enhance the nature across the parks in light of the climate and biodiversity emergencies. Join Charlotte, from our Help Nature Thrive team, and discover some of our more reclusive creatures and their importance, hear about the research we’ve been conducting, key habitats in the parks and how we’re striving to conserve and enhance them.
Restoring Greenwich Park
11 January 2024, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Exciting transformations are afoot in Greenwich Park! Join Daniella from the Greenwich Park Revealed project, to find out about what the team are up to. Learn what the restoration will mean for users of the park, what changes can people expect to see in the coming years and how we're working to share and enhance the experiences of Greenwich Park’s users and local communities.
Wildlife in St. James's Park
22 February 2024, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Learn about the oldest of the Royal Parks and it's weird and wonderful animal residents! Join wildlife expert Nick to discover the history of animals in St James’s Park, learn about modern day dinosaurs, the park's most famous residents – the Pelicans, find out about the future of wildlife in the park and how we are working on conservation in the heart of London.
Discovering Bushy Park
21 March 2024, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Discover the 1100 acre site that is Bushy Park! Join Phil, from the Bushy Park team to learn about this haven for wildlife, a mini-English countryside in London which has a rich range of habitats. Find out about the work the Bushy Park team have been doing during winter to prepare the park for a new season of growth, discover what to look out for as warming temperatures catapult us into Spring and learn about the Flora and Fauna that call this park home, from deer to protected yellow meadow ants.