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Field meeting in Abney Park Cemetery, Hackney

The London Natural History Society comprises of a number active sections. This results in a highly varied programme of talks, organised nature walks, coach trips and other activities. The variety and number of events for members, make the LNHS one of the most active nature societies in the world. Whether it is purely for recreation, or to develop field skills for a career in conservation, the LNHS offer a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities. Beginners are welcome at every event and gain access to the knowledge of some very skilled naturalists. On top of its varied public engagement, the LNHS also has a raft of publications free to members. The London Naturalist is its annual journal with scientific papers as well as lighter material such a book reviews. The annual London Bird Report is the envy of many bird clubs. Furthermore, there is a quarterly newsletter which carries many trip reports and useful announcements. The LNHS maintains it annual membership at a modest level representing fantastic value for money. View Full Programme...

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Biodiversity in London

Bittern in Lea ValleyThe wildlife of the London area is astonishingly diverse and constantly changing. We cover a circle 20 miles (32km) from St Pauls, encompassing a wide range of habitats.

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Botany field meeting near WaterlooLondon's biodiversity faces new challenges from climate change and development pressure. You can contribute to the conservation of wildlife in the London area by helping to record the changing fortunes of the many species that live here. Together with our historic records, this information will help us to tackle the conservation issues of the future.

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Field and indoor meetings

Winter is nearly over, and as the evenings lengthen again we look forward to our Spring and Summer field meetings. Do look at this to find those that interest you. If you haven't yet enjoyed the company and the pleasure of exploring London's natural history with like-minded souls, now is a good time to start. Click here to see photos taken on recent field trips.