This calendar has been compiled by the Hertfordshire Natural History Society (HNHS) on behalf of natural history organisations in Hertfordshire. The type of event is colour coded: Outdoor events, Indoor meetings.

Sat 03 Nov 2018 (2pm to 5.30pm)

HNHS Autumn Meeting and AGM

The Society's Autumn Meeting and Annual General Meeting will take place from 2pm to 5.30pm on Saturday 3 November at the offices of Affinity Water, Tamblin Way, Hatfield AL10 9EZ.

The speakers include amateur limacology enthusiast Chris du Feu, whose presentation on 'Slugs: why bother?' will include an identification workshop – with live specimens to be contributed by the audience! Matt Dodd, Planning and Biodiversity Manager with the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, will talk about his role supporting conservation through monitoring development proposals.

There will also be an update from Chantal Helm on the Hertfordshire mammal, amphibian and reptile atlas (MARA) project as the countywide survey approaches its final year.  The meeting will also include the presentation of the Society's prestigious 1875 Awards for 2018, which are made to "an outstanding Hertfordshire naturalist" and "an outstanding contributor to natural history in Hertfordshire".

Organised by: Hertfordshire Natural History Society

Wed 28 Nov 2018 (8pm)

Gerald Salisbury Memorial Lecture – Beetles and our environment

Trevor James, whose landmark book Beetles of Hertfordshire was published by Hertfordshire Natural History Society in July 2018,  will give this year's Gerald Salisbury Memorial Lecture

Organised by: Hertfordshire Natural History Society