More than 50 geology, archaeology and natural history enthusiasts attended a very successful conference on Saturday 13 July in memory of John Catt who died in December 2017 and was the contributing editor of our best-selling publication Hertfordshire Geology and Landscape.
Make a date with this year's Festival of Wildlife in the lovely surroundings of Panshanger Park on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 July (10am to 4pm).
Organised by the Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust, in association with HNHS and Tarmac plc, this free festival celebrates the diversity of wildlife in our county and features walks, talks, family activities and conservation demonstrations.
A few places are still available for the symposium that Hertfordshire Geological Society is organising on Saturday 13 July in partnership with Hertfordshire Natural History Society.
Do you know an outstanding Hertfordshire naturalist or someone who has made outstanding contribution to natural history in our county? If so, do consider nominating them for one of the HNHS's prestigious 1875 Awards.
The 2019 Herts Bird Club/BTO Conference took place in Hatfield on Saturday 2nd March. It was well-attended and kindly hosted and supported by Affinity Water at their headquarters.