Hinckley Natural History Society

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    Our Society was formed in February 1972 by an enthusiastic group of bird watchers. Very soon the group expanded to encompass all aspects of wildlife. The group became known as The Hinckley Natural History Society.

    Our indoor meetings are held at the Burbage Congregational Church, Burbage, Hinckley on the third Thursday of each month starting at 7.30pm.

    We welcome visitors of all ages.

    The annual programme consists of talks by a range of guest speakers plus walks in May, June and July.

    Membership £15 plus £1 on the night.   Visitors fee is £3.50p

    Further details for these talks and walks can be found on our website: www.hinckleynaturalhistorysociety.com

    A short History of our Woods & Forests

    By Ian Retson      February 20th

     

    Following an Epic Migration

    by Carl Baggott    March 19th

     

    Wildlife Conservation

    by Barbara Meyer  April 16th

     

    Members Night

    August 20th

     

    A Lane in Eastern Europe

    by Mike Lane  September 15th

     

    Adventures of a Biking Birder

    by Gary Spencer  October 15th

     

    Wild Britain

    by Nigel Spooner November 19

     

    The Children's Eternal Forest

    by Mike Leach  December 17th