A few places are still available for the symposium that Hertfordshire Geological Society is organising on Saturday 13 July in partnership with Hertfordshire Natural History Society.
Do you know an outstanding Hertfordshire naturalist or someone who has made outstanding contribution to natural history in our county? If so, do consider nominating them for one of the HNHS's prestigious 1875 Awards.
The 2019 Herts Bird Club/BTO Conference took place in Hatfield on Saturday 2nd March. It was well-attended and kindly hosted and supported by Affinity Water at their headquarters.
Surveying for the Hertfordshire Mammal, Amphibian and Reptile Atlas project (Herts MARA) has entered its final year ? and special efforts are being made to ensure we finish with the best possible county-wide coverage.
Please be sure to submit your sightings, including roadkill, tracks and other signs such as molehills. Records of common species like Grey Squirrel and Rabbit are needed as well as those that are less usually seen. As spawning gets underway, the MARA team are also keen to hear from pond owners about any frogs, toads or newts.
Please find details below for this year's Herts Bird Club & BTO Conference:
Saturday 2nd March 2019, 2pm - 5:30pm
Affinity Water Office, Tamblin Way, Hatfield, AL10 9EZ?
As usual there is a packed programme of presentations and talks as well as the usual stalls, raffle, bird ID and Herts bird photo competitions. Admission is ?5 on the door
Warm thanks go to Affinity Water for once again hosting this popular event. Click Directions to download a map.
?2:00 Welcome ? Peter Delaloye, Chairman, Herts Bird Club