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          What We Do In The RDNHS

   The society organises both outdoor fieldtrips and indoor meetings which are detailed in our full and varied, biannual, Summer or Winter event programme. Fieldtrips take place throughout the year to study and record wildlife both locally and further afield. These are well organised, social occasions led by senior members of the society who can answer any questions and point out things of interest. By watching wildlife with the RDNHS you also gain the advantage of many pairs of eyes. This enables you to see more things than you would on your own. You are also able to share the knowledge and experience of other members and learn more about natural history.
   The indoor meetings are held on the last Monday of the month from September to April with speakers covering a wide variety of subjects. These are held in the Ruislip Guide hut, which is in the Manor Farm complex. Members are encouraged to bring guests to all meetings, but feel free to come and see what we do, even if you do not know a member.

For help finding the Ruislip Guide hut, VIEW OUR MAP HERE

     The society has a thrice yearly newsletter with articles on recent fieldtrips and other items of natural history, written by members. A society journal is also published containing studies on local flora and fauna. Both are free to members.
 

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