London Natural History Society The place for wildlife in London

London Natural History Society - The place for wildlife in London


Ivy Bee SQUAREThe London Natural History Society launched our Virtual Natural History Talks series in 2020 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and to ensure that our members and the wider public still had an opportunity to learn about the wildlife of London and the wider UK despite our field and indoor meetings being postponed for most of 2020.

These live talks were delivered via Zoom and consisted of a lecture followed by an audience Q&A. We wanted to make sure that nobody missed out so all of our talks were recorded and are available to view via our YouTube channel. 

We covered a broad range of wildlife from plants to mammals to invertebrates, including talks covering identification, monitoring and cosnervation.

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Watch all of the 2020 LNHS Virtual Natural History Talks

23/07/20 The Lepidoptera of Perivale Wood David Howdon, Selborne Society/LNHS
04/08/20 Get inVOLEd Elliot Newton, Citizen Zoo
20/08/20 An Introduction to the Geranium Genus Maria Roberts, LNHS
03/09/20 Mapping London's Flora Mark Spencer, LNHS
17/09/20 iRecord LNHS Keiron Derek Brown, LNHS
01/10/20 Introduction to Reptile Identifcation & Surveying Ben Harris, Froglife
15/10/20 More Than Weeds: The flora of London's pavements Sophie Leguil, More Than Weeds
29/10/20 Avian Eavesdropping on Human Speech Sabrina Schalz, British Trust for Ornithology
04/11/20 The Changing Vegetation of Hampstead Heath Jeff Duckett, LNHS 
10/11/20 Hawfinches & Goshawks in Sussex Mark Mallalieu 
12/11/20 The Ancient Woods of North London, their natural history and management David Bevan, LNHS
26/11/20 Pollinators & Pollination: An Introduction Jeff Ollerton, author of Pollinators & Pollination: Nature and Society
02/12/20 Slimy, Sticky & Unloved: Slugs in London Imogen Cavadino, Royal Horticultural Society
10/12/20 Bees in the City Tony Madgwick, LNHS 

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Author: Keiron Derek Brown

Date published: 13/07/2020 / Last updated: 12/12/2020