- Review of the year
- Systematic list of the year's sightings, including WeBS counts
- First and last dates of migrants
- Bird Ringing Report for 2001
- BTO breeding censuses in 2001
- The Lesser Scaup Aythya affinis at Wilstone Reservoir
- The Great Snipe Gallinago media at Hollingson Meads
- Hertfordshire Red Data list for Birds 2003
- Hertfordshire gazetteer
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- Heartwood project
- Herts Invertebrate Project
- Mammal Atlas Project
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We are excited to announce the publication this July of Beetles of Hertfordshire – a ground breaking addition to our acclaimed series of books on the county's wildlife.
Written by Trevor James, the county recorder, the book provides an account of all 2,483 species of beetle so far recorded here. Its publication marks the first time that all the beetles reliably recorded in a UK county have been covered in such a comprehensive way – making it a landmark for future studies.
Published in hardback in the same, attractive A4 format as our five existing wildlife atlases, the book’s 496 pages include 750 distribution maps and more than 600 colour photographs.
We expect to receive copies of Beetles of Hertfordshire by July, and pre-publication orders can be placed now at the special introductory price of £25 (plus p&p). This provides a huge £20 saving on the recommended retail price. Click 'read more' for further details, including two launch events.
Like other organisations, the Hertfordshire Natural History Society has responded to the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) that take effect on 25 May by reviewing its arrangements for making sure its use of personal data remains legal.
Our members contributed to the 2018 Sustainable St Albans Week programme by taking part in a community event on Saturday 28 April to promote the wildlife and conservation of Bricket Wood Common. Despite disappointingly wet weather visitors enjoyed a moss, lichen and liverwort hunt on the common with HNHS Chair and county Bryophyte recorder Agneta Burton (pictured).