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Conference – Saturday 4th April

Visit tinyurl.com/sxzpskv for tickets to our forthcoming conference ‘Environmental Change on the Isle of Wight: past, present & future’ on Saturday 4th April 2020 at The Riverside Centre.

There’s a packed programme for this special event featuring local and regional speakers and national experts all with knowledge of the Island (more…)

Native Species Conservation Evening – March 2nd

As part of the IW Zoo’s WildHeart Trust project, a Native Species Conservation evening is being held next Monday – March 2nd, 18:30 – 12:30hrs at The Zoo Cafe.

Dr. Jon Fishman, volunteer with the Isle of Wight Red Squirrel Trust and Richard Grogan, lead officer for the IOW AONB, will be speaking about Red Squirrel Conservation and the new Biosphere Reserve Status for the Island.

All ages welcome. Refreshments will be available.

No need to book. The evening will be run on a voluntary donation basis  (£5 per person suggested) and the proceeds from this will go to the IW Red Squirrel Trust and the Isle of Wight Natural History and Archaeological Society (many thanks to the IW Biosphere team for nominating IWNHAS).

Centenary Conference Tickets now available

Visit tinyurl.com/sxzpskv for tickets to our forthcoming conference ‘Environmental Change on the Isle of Wight: past, present & future’ on Saturday 4th April 2020 at The Riverside Centre.

There’s a packed programme for this special event featuring local and regional speakers and national experts all with knowledge of the Island (more…)

Centenary Conference – Environmental Change on the Isle of Wight: past, present & future

Tickets are now available online at: tinyurl.com/sxzpskv for our forthcoming conference ‘Environmental Change on the Isle of Wight: past, present & future’ on Saturday 4th April 2020 at The Riverside Centre.

There’s a packed programme for this special event featuring local and regional speakers and national experts all with knowledge of the Island (more…)

Recorders’ Conference 2020

The annual IW Wildlife Recorders’ Conference is coming up soon – Saturday 1st February, 14:00 – 16:30hrs, Arreton Community Centre and is open to anybody with an interest in wildlife recording.

More info here

A Life in Nature Exhibition

The Society currently has specially commissioned artwork, specimens and artefacts on show as part of the current Quay Arts Open Biennial exhibition ‘A Life in Nature’  – our next event in the IWNHAS Centenary Celebrations calendar.

Read more here

New year Plant Hunt 2020 10am Friday 3rd January

Join the botany group’s joint expedition around the centre of Newport to look for plants in flower over the New Year. The meeting will potentially last for 3 hours but there will be the opportunity to take part in a shorter walk. Meet at the propeller at the entrance to the harbour SZ501894. Long-stay car parks nearby.

Check the website nearer the time in case there is need for any last minute change, due to weather for example.

Birdwatching Year in Yarmouth event

New to birdwatching and want to learn more about bird identification, bird behaviour and the fieldcraft of birdwatching?

The why not join local birder and naturalist David Fairlamb for the next session in his popular ‘Birdwatching Year in Yarmouth’ series of events on Thursday 19th December 9:30am – 11:30am. (more…)

‘A Life in Nature’ exhibition at Quay Arts

The next event forming part of our Centenary celebrations launches this Saturday 30th November at Quay Arts , 6pm – 8pm (FREE, all welcome).
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The Great Solent Birdwatch – coming soon to the coast near you….

The Great Solent Birdwatch takes places 30th November – 8th December.

This is a new citizen science project which aims to raise awareness about the amazing range of overwintering birds that visit the Solent each year and hopes to inspire everyone to become more involved with birdwatching. (more…)