Publications: Also of Interest


Middlesex County Winter Bird Checklist

(Reviewed and revised in January 2023.)


Middlesex County Bird Checklist

(Reviewed and revised in February 2023.)

The list comprises the 347 species and 2 fairly common hybrids reported. (Western/Clark’s Grebe not identified as to species), including 164 species with some breeding evidence. To report rare/occasional/accidental or new species contact Ontbirds or eBirds websites. Names follow the 2022 edition of eBird/Clements Bird Checklist. Your printer should produce a good copy if using legal paper, but if using letter size, you should reduce the size for printing to fit on a page. Revised by Pete Read for Nature London, 2023.

Butterfly_chklist_headerMiddlesex County Butterfly Checklist
(Updated 2015.)

Invasive Plants: Noxious Alien Invaders in the London Area –
A Q&A and how to report.

The purpose of this article is to inform people, especially Londoners, about invasive plant species, and encourage them to report invasive plants to the City by using the reporting links provided at the end of the article. Last updated January, 2019.

The Silent Invasion: Invasive Exotic Plants Species of Southern Ontario

Click here for pages 1-2 and pages 3-4.

ESA Observation Form 2013
The City of London, in partnership with the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, manages seven environmentally significant areas (ESAs) in the City. This form is provided so that members of the public may record observations arising from time spent in ESAs. The City of London will review the information received and take steps to incorporate your suggestions into our ESA management efforts, subject to existing policies, approved conservation master plans, budget and environmental considerations.