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With great sadness, we have learned of the death of the distinguished naturalist Bryan Sage. He was a past President of the Hertfordshire Natural History Society and, with the Revd. Tom Gladwin, co-founder in 1971 of the Herts Bird Club.
Bryan was an all round naturalist and, at various times between the late 1950s and early 1980s, the county recorder for birds, dragonflies and beetles. In 1964 he also became the first General Secretary of the Herts and Middlesex Trust for Nature Conservation, now the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.
Trevor James awarded Gilbert White Adult Award
We are proud to announce that Trevor James was awarded the Gilbert White Adult Award for an outstanding contribution to biological recording which is helping to improve our understanding of the UK’s wildlife:
Around 80 members and friends enjoyed the Society's Autumn Conference on Saturday 3 November, which featured a leading enthusiast for much-maligned slugs and a Hertfordshire expert on promoting biodiversity through the planning system.