The Herts branch of the British Naturalists' Association - a natural history organisation running group field meetings to explore Hertfordshire's nature

The Herts branch of the British Naturalists' Association
A natural history organisation running group field meetings to explore Hertfordshire's nature

Who we are

Formed over 70 years ago, our thriving group of naturalists in Herts and the surrounding area now has more than 50 members, ranging in experience from natural history beginners to experts in their field.

We are united by a passion for natural history and benefit from the varying interests of each member.

What we do

We arrange a fortnightly programme throughout the year exploring Herts and surrounding areas. Through our programme of events, we look out for and learn about all sorts of wildlife and how to record it.

Our activities include badger watching, moth nights, botanical surveys, fungus forays, insect days, and occasional indoor meetings.

Many of our records have helped to protect wildlife habitats in the county from development.

We also, from time to time, enjoy wildlife weekends and branch holidays.

Bulletins

Our twice-yearly Bulletin covers field meeting reports and wildlife sightings.

Recent editions can be accessed via the links below:
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This is the website of the Hertfordshire branch of the BRITISH NATURALISTS' ASSOCIATION. The national body is a registered
charity (number 296551) in England and Wales. Its adress is: British Naturalists' Association, BM 8129, London, WC1N 3XX, UK.

Website text: © 2015–16 British Naturalists' Association – Herts branch. Website photos: copyright of the photographer.

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