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Birds of Hertfordshire - £34 Hertfordshire Geology and Landscape - £34 Flora of Hertfordshire – now only £29 Moths of Hertfordshire – now £15 Dragonflies of Hertfordshire – now £5
Mammals, Amphibians and Reptiles – £5 The Breeding Birds of Herts – £5
Prices do not include P&P You can now order on line and pay with your debit/credit card via PayPal Full details here
Our latest book: Birds of Hertfordshire
by Ken Smith, Chris Dee, Jack Fearnside and Mike Ilett, published by HNHS in February 2015.
Buy direct from us for only £34. Full details here.
We promote the study and recording of wildlife in Hertfordshire and encourage a wider interest in natural history including the conservation of wildlife, habitats and geological features.
Our members share an interest in nature and observing and studying wildlife. We get real value from your observations by co-ordinating and compiling everyone’s records to build up a comprehensive picture of the state of wildlife in the county. This helps us understand how it is changing over time in response to the pressures of modern life and climate change.
Photos of Hertfordshire wildlife can be found in the photo galleries here and in the Flora group and Bird Club websites.
We have been studying and documenting the natural history of our county for over 130 years. We endeavour to cover all branches of natural history relevant to Hertfordshire.
Renew your membership for 2015 or make a donation: You can use your credit or debit card to pay your annual membership subscription or make a donation towards the work of HNHS through the Virgin Money Giving link below:
Countywide survey for mammals, amphibians and reptiles 2015-2019
We are inviting everyone with an interest to take part in this countywide survey to collect data to produce a new county atlas.
The survey is now underway, follow the link for more information.
To all Herts birders - can you spare a few hours to help Ken Smith answer the question - 'Where are all our House Martins nesting now?'
Heartwood Forest - Long Term Monitoring.
A joint HNHS and Woodland Trust project to record and monitor the trees, flora and other wildlife at Heartwood as the site develops. More details and all the results here.Note - the access road and car park at Heartwood are closed for re-surfacing until 1st August 2015