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The Society was founded in 1958: to share with others an interest in Natural History;
to provide an opportunity to learn more of the subject through talks and outings; to take
an active interest in local nature conservation; to keep records of local flora and fauna.

Indoor meetings are held at Greyfriars in Ringwood, from September until April,
at 7.30pm on the 2nd and 4th Thursday in the month.

Recent talks have included
"Restoration of Chalk Downland" by Martin Green,
"Birdwatching in Morocco" by Shaun Robson, and
"Wildlife of Hampshire and Dorset" by Brian Pettit.

If you are interested in Natural History, do come along.
New members, and visitors can be sure of a warm welcome.

You are welcome to join us one of our walks, or meet up with us for a get-together.
We normally take a picnic lunch during the summer months;
in winter there are opportunities for those not walking to meet us for a pub lunch.

Recent trips further afield have included a five-day break in Sidmouth, Devon,
a week self-catering in Ashprington, near Totnes,
a trip to the Helegan Gardens and the Eden Project in Cornwall
and return trips to Stow-on-the-Wold and The Isle of Wight

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