Go for a leisurely stroll on Wimbledon Common in south-west London and discover a habitat rich in plants and wildlife.
Animals that visit the common include badgers, foxes, rabbits and bats. There are also plenty of fish, amphibians and reptiles attracted to the ponds and lakes.
Soak up the views while keeping an eye out for the many birds such as kestrels and common buzzards. Visit at dusk and catch the plaintive hooting of the owls as they emerge from their daytime hideaways.
Stop at Wilmbledon Windmill, which has had pride of place on the common since it was built in 1817. Inside you’ll find a museum complete with interactive exhibits on rural life and local history.