Warwick Natural History Society
To find out more about membership and our various
Programmes, click on the links to further pages on this website.
For our Winter Programme, from September to March,
meetings are held at the Friends’ Meeting House in
High Street, Warwick on alternate Thursdays at 7.30 pm, with a varied and interesting programme of expert speakers or members. Most talks use images as illustrations and sometimes include specimens or recordings. All talks are very much aimed at the amateur naturalist, as even those members of the Society who know quite a bit about one subject may know very little about another!
The Society holds Summer Field Meetings from April
to October at weekends and during the week, to local
areas and sites of natural history interest. It also organises an annual coach outing to a venue further afield.
Ornithological Visits are planned during the winter, visiting local reservoirs and other areas known for their
Visitors are welcome at all our meetings -
come along as a visitor before deciding to join?
The Society, founded in 1954, exists to foster the pursuit of Natural History and to safeguard this interest from the many pressures of the present day. 2014 was the Society’s 60th Anniversary Year.
There is a current membership of about 160, ranging from beginners to seasoned naturalists with wide ranging interests and expertise, freely shared between members.
If you are interested in wild flowers, birds, insects or any other aspect of the natural environment, you
would be very welcome to join us.
Our evening meetings continue on the 8th October
with Mike Slater talking about ‘Butterflies as Biological Indicators’
Please use the link below to view the programme