This is a website dedicated to the wildlife heritage of Greenwich Peninsula. It will collate and document information regarding the Peninsula, its development and most importantly its wildlife heritage.

The Greenwich Peninsula is an important geographical and historical part of the Thames valley. It has been know by many names including the Greenwich Level, Bugsby’s Marsh, Greenwich Marsh, Blackwall Peninsula, East Greenwich and North Greenwich. It has a long heritage with many important connections to history, industry and wildlife.

On this this website you will find a wide range of information including wildlife records, historical information, development plans of the Peninsula and many links to other helpful websites.

We hope you will find this site useful whether you be a student, an enthusiast or just curious about the Peninsula and its wildlife and development.

This website is hosted by the Friends of Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park and generously supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.