Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, in collaboration with the University of Hertfordshire, the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority and HNHS, are running another series of Learning about Wildlife workshops throughout the year.
Over 70 people attended our autumn conference and AGM at Rothamstead in November 2008. We would like to thank Tim Hill for organising another successful event.
Well illustrated talks by county experts highlighted surveying, monitoring and recording in Hertfordshire. Speakers included, Sarah Jane Scott on the impact of riparian habitat quality on bats; Ronni Edmonds-Brown on breeding White-clawed Crayfish and John Murray on monitoring and managing butterfly and insect populations in Hertfordshire.
Welcome to our fantastic new HNHS website which went live in mid-April. The site has been built by specialists Digital Routes to a design by Jack Fearnside of LTD Design Consultants. We aim to keep it up to date with information and news including the Wildlife Calendar of meetings of local natural history interest. The site is also a showcase for photographs of Hertfordshire’s wildlife and habitats, changing on a seasonal basis. So please keep those photos coming in to Jack.
Hertfordshire Natural History Society was founded in 1875 in Watford. From that date to the present, there has been a continuous pursuit of natural history study across the County.
Saturday 28th March 2009, 2.00pm – 5.30pm
Rothamsted Research, West Common, Harpenden, Herts
Birds in Towns and Cities
An afternoon meeting, with five illustrated talks highlighting how birds and birders are adapting to our increasingly urban environment;
Speakers include David Lindo – the Urban Birder