A very special thank you to member Abby Eaton, for the stunningly beautiful photos of birds, all taken in and around Tisbury, which now brighten our pages. This page: Gadwall.
Coronavirus: With the easing of lockdown, we are trying to get back to our usual programme of activities - but meanwhile, there's a lot going on in the natural world and our nearby countryside, so we are suggesting all sorts of other activities and what you can watch out for when out and about. So please go to New News first for a summary of what's going on and where you'll be directed to other relevant pages.
Welcome to the Tisbury Natural History Society
If you are not yet a member, we hope that you will find on this website encouragement to join. If you are a member, we hope it will enable you to enjoy your membership more. The site is updated regularly around the 10th of each month, but of course other updates are made whenever necessary.
We have monthly talks from Autumn to Spring and walks during the Spring and Summer. We always welcome new guests and members to join our very active Society. The price for attending a talk is £2 for guests (free for members) and membership for the year is just £10. You can become a member at any of our talks, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
As well as advance information about the talks and trips we organise, we will include whenever possible accounts of these, so that those who couldn't come know what they missed. Just hover over (ie, don't click on) the appropriate page in the menu above, and this will take you to 'What you missed'.
We also very much hope that our members will contribute to the website: for example, you will notice that each page features a different bird. We would like in the future to change this 'theme' - to amphibians, flowers, mammals, plants, fungi .... even back to butterflies, where we started. So please do send in your favourite photographs or - now that we've upgraded this site - videos, for us all to enjoy. You will of course be credited as the photographer. Or send in an account of something that interested you, for our 'Open to members' page.