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Wollaton Natural History Society

The Society exists to promote the study and appreciation of the natural world by arranging regular illustrated talks, guided walks, recording and publications.

The programme of indoor illustrated talks by guest speakers, takes place on the 3rd Wednesday of the month starting at 7.30pm at St Leonard's Community Centre, Bramcote Lane, Wollaton. NG8 2ND (Opposite Wollaton library). For details of talks, click on column on left; 'Indoor Meetings', for details of walks, click on 'Guided Walks.' 

Special Interest Groups: Photography, Botany and Birds.                   

 

NEXT INDOOR MEETING

FEB 20th: A JOURNEY TO NORTHERN LANDS & BEYOND – Stephen Williams will be taking us up into Scotland and then on to Shetland and then a surprise destination and entertaining us with superb wildlife photography.        

 

NEXT GUIDED WALK:

Saturday 26th January 2019 - A Winter bird group walk to Rufford Country Park. Leader Chris Preston.  Further details on 'GUIDED WALKS' PAGE

 

Everyone welcome to all events (Please note: October & December meetings and guided walks are for members only)

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    MEMBERSHIP: £15 annually, payable in January, join on the door.

                                    Pro rata after March. 

           VISITORS are always welcome: £3.50 per meeting.

                     Refreshments available at break: 50p

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Click on all website photos to enlarge image

Kingfisher
Kingfisher
Taken at Sprotborough Flash, near Doncaster, 6.12.18 by Graham Stamper.
Starling Murmuration
Starling Murmuration
Photo by Derek Martin at Attenborough Nature Reserve, Jan 2019
'Fish shaped' Starling Murmuration
'Fish shaped' Starling Murmuration
Photo by Derek Martin January 2019 at Attenborough Nature Reserve

Visit the Wollaton Natural History Society's Facebook page to view over 300 members' photographs.

ENQUIRIES: To contact the Society please use the Feedback page (see column on the left)

                                      Website Updated 17th January 2019

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