Warbler Woods Environmentally Significant Area ESA is situated in west London between Commissioners Road and Byron Baseline Road. The freely possessed terrains cover 29 hectares. Lark Woods ESA shapes some portion of a consistent regular hall stretching out north to Kains Woods ESA. The moving slopes and soak gorges of Warbler Woods make a grand territory for climbing, winged animal viewing, and nature appreciation.
The upland deciduous woods is especially lovely in the spring when it is covered with trilliums, trout lilies and other early-sprouting plants. It is a decent birding region, particularly amid spring and fall movements. Settling species have included Indigo Bunting, Great Crested Flycatcher, Wood Thrush, Red-peered toward Vireo, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, and Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers.