Biodiversity in cities is declining and large numbers of invertebrates are becoming extinct. It is essential to enrich biodiversity in this green desert of cities.
The invertebrate ecosystem is suitable for the city centre. The design is centred around Richmond Park. There are many parks like Richmond Park that protect invertebrates. The habitat area of vertebrates connects each wild ecological area and continuously covers the blank of the city.
The main function of the biological bridge is to attract invertebrates (solitary bees, etc.) to designated locations, and continuously expand the network and area of urban re-wilding. Establish a complete food and habitat at the contact point, and use humans as the transmitters of creatures without too much labor. Diversified creatures will also give back to us a wild garden.