Phil_turtle.jpgProtect | Restore | Nurture

Thames Talbot Land Trust (TTLT) is a registered charity with a mission to protect environmentally significant land throughout our region.

  • We protect our region's vulnerable species by protecting natural land and restoring ecosystems
  • Our work today is building a greener future for tomorrow
  • Public participation is important to our mission - we aim to engage community members through hands-on workshops and fun nature events
  • We work in the City of London as well as Middlesex, Elgin, Oxford, and Perth Counties

We currently protect more than 1700 acres of land (and still growing!), home to at least 45 species-at-risk. 

Learn more about Thames Talbot Land Trust


Introducing Vision 20/20

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Thames Talbot Land Trust has launched our most ambitious campaign to date, aiming to protect an additional seven nature reserves by the end of the year 2020. The seven properties protect rare habitat, provincially significant wetlands, Important Bird Areas and habitat for 32 Species at Risk. 

You can help protect biodiversity and fight climate change to create an inspiring world of wonder for future generations by supporting the permanent protection of these nature reserves.

Learn more about the campaign and make your donation here!

Scarlet Tanager photo by P. Allen Woodliffe


Passport to Nature - Free Adventures All Year Long!

Explore and learn all year long with TTLT's Passport to Nature.

Passport to Nature helps you to explore your local natural areas and learn about the world around you.

  • Relax and take it all in with activities like knitting, yoga, and forest immersion
  • Hone your nature knowledge during learning walks led by expert naturalists, covering topics like wildflowers, birds, and insects
  • Get some fresh air and exercise during hiking events

At least 10 events are offered each year and they're all free! Spots are limited so be sure to register in advance.

Learn more and register for events here.


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