Do not miss this year's Gerald Salisbury Memorial Lecture to be given by Graham White, RSPB Head of Reserves Ecology

Graham, last year's winner of the Society's 1875 Award for an outstanding contribution to Hertfordshire natural history, is an enthusiastic ‘coprologist’. He will be speaking about the role of scat, spraint and dung identification in wildlife conservation.

The lecture takes place at 8pm on Wednesday 27 November in the Civic Centre, Prospect Place, Welwyn, AL6 9EN.

It is jointly organised with Welwyn Natural History Society with a door charge of £3, unless you are a WNHS member.  Wine, soft drinks and nibbles available, as well as bargains at the HNHS bookstall.