The main purpose of Bath Natural History Society, as described in our Constitution, is to study and enjoy all aspects of the natural world and to furnish detailed records of species distribution and numbers within the Bath area to the Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre (BRERC). These data are then available for access by a variety of agencies and can be used to assist in the development of a wildlife conservation strategy as well as being of value in determining the natural richness of sites when under consideration for development.
• Field trips - usually two or more per month.
• Indoor meetings - monthly from September through to April.
• Survey work - site visits to record specific wildlife groups.
• Members' slides and social evenings.
• Education - providing lecturers to speak to external organisations.
• Wildlife identification.
• Meetings to enable the public to participate in Nats' activities.
If this sounds interesting to you, come and join us!