London Natural History Society The place for wildlife in London

London Natural History Society - The place for wildlife in London

Monitoring London's Wildlife

There are lots of great reasons to join the London Natural History Society (LNHS).

Membership fees allow us to continue doing the work we do across London to monitor and record wildlife, ensuring decision and policy makers have the information that they need to ensure London's natural history is protected.

This includes supporting the 3 taxonomic sections of the Society: Botany Section, Ecology & Entomology Section and London Bird Club Section.

Previous project have included the Hampstead Heath Millenial Flora Project and the London Bird Atlas, and we are currently working on a London Butterfly Atlas, 2 projects transcribing historic bird records and the London Flora Project.

Membership Benefits

Members of the Society are invited to all of our field events, indoor meetings and virtual talks, as well as taking part in our ecological survey work through our projects, the Hampstead Heath Survey and the Bookham Common Survey.

Members also receive a quarterly newsletter and our annual journals: The London Naturalist and London Bird Report

The LNHS library is locacted with the Natural History Museum (London) and regularly updated with new publications. Ity is open to the public and LNHS members have the added benefit of being able to loan publications. In addition members can subscribe to our reading circles, which circulate various specialist magazines and journals at reduced rates.


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