|Held at the White Hart Barn, Godstone RH9 8DT (on the 2nd Wednesday of the month) starting at 8.00 pm - doors open at 7.30pm.|
Andy Skillen "Never-ending story: my Life in the Wild" Covers projects in 2018 from Nepal to Uganda, Zimbabwe to Chile and on-going work with cats and dogs (wild ones…) and how to build relationships with these animals
|FEBRUARY||Wed 13||Brian Gallop "The Natural History of Costa Rica" An introduction to the fauna and flora of this magical country.|
|MARCH||Wed 13||Bill Coster: "Queensland Australia" A visit which includes colourful Bowerbirds, Birds of Paradise and the Great Barrier Reef|
|APRIL||Wed 10||AGM - followed by our special guest speaker Peter Holden MBE who will be talking about "Birds: their hidden world" or the sort of information most bird books leave out on reproduction, social behaviour, the purpose of bird song and how long these birds can survive in the wild.|
Rick and Elis Simpson: "Confessions of a bird guide" Promises to be an interesting and entertaining insight into birding on the road!
Ian Rumley-Dawson: "The Wildlife of Rye Harbour Reserve" The development and change of this popular site over the last 30 years.
Jonathan Forgham: "The natural history of an East Hertfordshire parish" Local observations and records in and around Hadham Ford narrated in his inimitable style
Ashley Grove: "Shetland to Scilly" Learn about the wildlife and attractions of various places visited in the British Isles.
Richard Black: "Wildlife in Winter – feathers, fur and frost" Insights into our wildlife during the cold winter months.
|NOVEMBER||Wed 13||Martin Davies: "Gondwanaland re-visited" How the remarkable geological history of the southern continents has influenced the wildlife we find there today (includes penguins, albatrosses, whales and seals).|
|DECEMBER||Wed 11||CHRISTMAS SOCIAL: Festive fare and members' photos...|