Evening Talks

Bishops Stortford Natural History Society Evening Talks

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Bishop’s Stortford & District Natural History Society holds a programme of talks from Autumn to Spring at its meetings held at the Meeting Room in the Office Block at the National Trust, Hatfield Forest, Takeley Hill, Takeley, Essex. CM22 6NE. Meetings start at 8.00 pm with a midway break for tea/coffee and biscuits and finish around 10.00 pm. A donation of £2.00 per person is requested.

The Society has its own website at http://bsnhs.webplus.net/ where the full range of its activities can be seen.

FRIDAY 12th OCTOBER
The Millennium Wood.
An illustrated talk by Jonathan Forgham

FRIDAY 26th OCTOBER
Deer Population Assessment.
An illustrated talk by Graham Foxhall

FRIDAY 9th NOVEMBER
Historic Landscape and Environment of the Hatfield Forest and
Stansted Airport Area.
An illustrated talk by Maria Medlycott

FRIDAY 23rd NOVEMBER
Pansanger Park – a jewel in the Mimram Valley.
An illustrated talk by Murray Brown.

FRIDAY 7th DECEMBER
Rocks: the story they tell.
An illustrated talk by David Parsons – Vice Chairman

FRIDAY 14th DECEMBER
Christmas Social Evening

FRIDAY 11th JANUARY
The Ouse Washes. An illustrated talk by Richard Taylor – Assistant Warden RSPB

FRIDAY 25th JANUARY
Invasive Species
A short film and talk by Bob Reed, Society Chairman

FRIDAY 8th FEBRUARY
Oak Trees
An illustrated talk by Ann Forbes, Committee Member

FRIDAY 22nd FEBRUARY
The Wildlife of South Essex.
An illustrated talk by Neil Phillips

FRIDAY 8th MARCH
WORKSHOP with Bob Reed, Society Chairman

FRIDAY 22nd MARCH
Human Wildlife.
An Illustrated talk by Geoff Vowles