Welcome to the website for Edinburgh Natural History Society.
Natural History Society is a small and friendly club, with an emphasis
on enjoying all branches of natural history, including geology.
Joining the 'Nats' is an excellent way to begin an interest in natural history, and many of our members stay with us for the rest of their lives. The Society caters for novices and experts alike.
The Society's main activities are year-round outdoor meetings, and monthly indoor meetings between September and April.
Edinburgh Biodiversity Week 18-26 May.
' Nature in a historic landscape'. See under News for ENHS walk this Wed eve, 22 May, Davidsons Mains. All welcome.
There are three bus excursions this summer, two of which are undersubscribed**. Please consider and add your name by contacting Neville Crowther on the Excursion Committee as soon as possible (you can use the 'enquiries' email address at the foot of the page). If they continue to be underscribed, the excursions will have to be cancelled. Coaches for all three trips leave from Waterloo Place at 0845. Cost £15 per trip; cheques to be made payable to 'Edinburgh Natural History Society' and sent to the Treasurer prior to excursion.
Saturday 25 May: Glen Lednock (near Comrie)
**Saturday 15 Jun: Glen Moss (near Kilmacolm)
**Saturday 10 Aug: Tay Reed Beds & Balhathie Woods (near Dundee)
|Golden-ringed Dragonfly (Cordulegaster boltonii);
Puffin (Fratercula arctica); Spring Squill (Scilla verna). Photographs: R. Holme & J. Fairlie.
|Scottish Charity No SC 004669. Reach us at:
This page was last updated on 25/04/13