Here's a message from Ines (from which I note almost unbelievingly, that it's scientific name is micromys minutus!! Sounds very un-scientific, although of course that's how names are established.
To makes things easier for those who are joining (and for those who aren't too), some info (you need to click once on the URL, and then again when the link comes up):
- and a delightful poem in this one, by an 18thC enthusiast
Recorded in Wilts this year (page 4):
Page header design by Izzy Fry.
Young TNHS is for under-21s and membership is free. To join, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership of TNHS is £10 p.a. for adults or £2 per event for guests. To join, email email@example.com.
Young TNHS is an historic development for the Society: Inés Lopez-Doriga, who last year gave a talk on The Archaeology of Plants, has now joined the Committee to lead the new group. And it is a huge bonus to us that she has been joined by Izzy Fry, whose blog is a riot of colourful photos of local wildlife.
Izzy has explained in the August Focus how she found us and what she and Inés are planning following the inaugural moth idenfiication meeting, to which over 30 people turned up.