Oxford Urban Wildlife Group - who we are
Oxford Urban Wildlife Group (OUWG) manages Boundary Brook Nature Reserve, a secluded haven for Oxford wildlife, located just steps away from Larkrise and St Gregory’s schools, the East Ward allotments, and Florence Park.
The Reserve was created in 1990 when a group of community wildlife enthusiasts formed OUWG and rescued a plot of disused allotments to carve out a tranquil wild space in the heart of East Oxford.
Featuring mixed woodland, meadow, a nature pond and butterfly glade, Boundary Brook offers a unique diversity of habitats that are home to a rich variety of wildlife from birds and butterflies to frogs and foxes.
Boundary Brook Nature Reserve is a vital green lung in the heart of East Oxford offering fantastic educational opportunities for local adults and children.
Elise Benjamin, Lord Mayor of Oxford 2011-12
Join us for an Open Afternoon at Boundary Brook, part of Oxford Open Doors!
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