WELWYN NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY
Welwyn Natural History Society presents a series of informative talks and discussions on the natural environment in our area.
We meet in the Welwyn Civic Centre, Prospect Place, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, AL6 9ER; usually on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 8pm, but see amendments for June and December.
Jan 22 AGM and members' evening
Feb 26 Big Cats on our Doorstep - Terry Moore
Mar 25 Get to know Bees: Solitary and Bumblebees - Josh Wells
Apr 22 Insectageddon - a UK perspective - Chris Shortall
May 27 Herfordshire Barbastelle Project: the hunt for Maternal Colonies - Chantal Helm
June 24 Spiders of Hertfordshire - Christopher Benton
Sept 23 All about Anguillids: Conservation, Ecology and some Eely Horrible History - David Johnson
Oct 28 My farming life - Harry Bott
Nov 25 Joint with Herts Natural History Society GERALD SALISBURY MEMORIAL LECTURE (speaker tbc)
Dec 9 Light-hearted Quiz and Christmas gathering
Jan 27 AGM and members' evening: Members' photos, exhibits and short talks welcomed. Offers to Isabel Darby.
Feb 24 Edible Insects; Healthy Eating with .... Bug Burgers - Doug Moore
Visitors: £4 per meeting
Isabel Darby (Chair), Robin Cole (Secretary), Richard Darby (Treasurer),
Judith Watson (Publicity), Sue Stephens, Claudia Harflett.
President: Tom Gladwin.