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Gunnersbury Triangle

Gunnersbury Triangle

Cut off from the surrounding area by railway tracks in the late nineteenth century, Gunnersbury Triangle became one of the Trust's first reserves when it was saved from development by a campaign run by local people. Since the end of the second world war the woodland here has grown up naturally into a lively ecological community and the reserve has become a sheltered birch and willow woodland with attractive pond, marsh and meadow. Hidden away, the reserves open up before you - so follow the nature trail, listening out for birds or the rustle of a hedgehog and look out for the tunnels of field voles or interesting spiders and ladybirds.

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