Into the wilds…
We have talks on a range of subjects, covering all the phyla – amphibians, reptiles, fish and small invertebrates, through to mammals. Speakers range from students to professionals. Numerous field meetings take place throughout the year, usually visiting local nature reserves in Dorset and Hampshire. The BNSS Museum has many zoological exhibits from around the world.
Snakes in the HeatherApril 22, 2022
Following on from our recent talk the following may be of interest. Find out more and help conserve the smooth snake by: Buying your copy of ARC’s children’s story book: https://www.arc-trust.org/shop/in-search-of-old-uncle-blue Reading about the project: arc-trust.org/snakes-in-the-heather Volunteering with ARC: arc-trust.org/volunteering-with-arc Becoming an ARC member: arc-trust.org/join Signing-up to ARC eNews: arc-trust.org/arc-enews Sponsoring the smooth snake: arc-trust.org/sponsor-smooth-snakes Following ARC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedinand […]
BNSS Launches 2021 Photographic CompetitionMarch 31, 2021
New Chair of Photography Eleni Dimitriou has launched the 2021 Photographic Competition with 3 categories Plants & Fungi, Landscapes and Wildlife. For full details see poster below.
Mosquitoes, covid-19 & dogsMarch 1, 2021
In a ‘Zoom’ talk in January entitled “From mosquito bites to sniffer dogs” new BNSS member and volunteer, entomologist Dr. Sophie Wulff, gave us insight into the work going on at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). She started by describing what is known about how female mosquitoes detect humans in order […]