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Indoor Lecture Meetings 2016-17

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All Indoor Meetings commence at 7.30pm (AGM 7.00pm) and are held at The Guide Hall, 33 Melville Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7JF

Click on link above for map.

Residential and metered parking restrictions apply 0830 to 1830.

There is no charge for attendance and non-members are welcome. Talks are followed by discussion and tea/coffee and biscuits (cost 30p).


Green Hairstreak
Green Hairstreak (Callophrys rubi). Photograph: R. Holme.

Forthcoming Lectures

2016 ENHS Winter Lecture Programme
14 September   Dr Max Coleman, RBGE:
Useful Scottish plants focusing on current rather than historical uses.
19 October
AGM, 7pm
Garth Foster, Aquatic Coleoptera Conservation Trust:
Water beetles as a way of life
16 November Lindsay Mackinlay, Nature Conservation Adviser, NTS:
Wildlife Conservation in the National Trust for Scotland:
From Beavers to Zombies
December
No meeting
2017
18 January Gordon Swann:
The ecology of Red Sea Reefs - a diver's eye view
15 February Clifton Bain, Director IUCN UK Peatland Programme:
Peatlands - more than just a bog
15 March Allyson Bailey, author:
Peculiar Penguins and Funny Looking Frogs
12 April
Members' Night  - show and tell

 




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This page was last updated on 17/09/2016