London Natural History Society visit to London Zoo to help the head of Horticulture there build up a picture of plant life on zoo-owned land.
More than 100 species of plant were recorded, but nothing stunning. There was a lot of Wall Lettuce along Outer Circle Road, more than I've seen anywhere else in London, and a lot of Indian Bean Tree seedlings coming up. This latter appears to have the potential to become a bit of a nuisance like the Tree of Heaven.
The increasingly ubiquitous Roesel's Bush Cricket was in the grass around the car park by Prince Albert Rd.
I rather liked the Cape Hunting/Painted Dogs - Lycaon pictus. - now seriously endangered like so much else.