This year's Herts Bird Club / BTO Conference was held online for the first time. It was well attended drawing an online audience of over 100 people who enjoyed the mix of fascinating presentations and discussions - read all about it HERE
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St Albans Museum and Gallery is hosting an exhibition on 'The Remarkable World of Trees' for the next four months.
It is the work of Kate Bretherton, a member of the Heartwood Monitoring Group, and is the culmination of many years of work and planning. Her exhibition explores the world of trees from the soil they grow in to the insects, birds and animals that call them home.
Do you know an outstanding Hertfordshire naturalist or someone who has made an outstanding contribution to natural history in our county? If so, consider nominating them for one of this year's prestigious HNHS Awards.
An exhibition of wildlife photographs commemorating the distinguished naturalist Brian Sawford has opened at the North Hertfordshire Museum in Hitchin.
Brian, who was curator of the natural history collections at the Letchworth and North Herts museums for more than 30 years, died in November 2020. A past President of the HNHS, he was author of Wildlife of the Letchworth Area (1982), The Butterflies of Hertfordshire (1987) Wildflower Habitats of Hertfordshire (1990).