There is a whole world of wildlife waiting to be discovered.
Mosses, birds, insects, flowers, trees, sea-life, fungi, mammals and much more - we've got them covered.
"The species identification specialist is an endangered expert and increasingly this is being recognised across the ecological sector and beyond" - Natural History Museum.
Edinburgh Natural History Society is made up of learners and teachers at all levels of knowledge and collectively known as NATS.
- Grow your interest at an exciting mix of events
- 40 field trips from spring to autumn
- Monthly talks and field trips during the winter
Field trips are focussed on what is found on the day and there are generally a number of specialists to sharing their expertise. There is no fear in asking about the very common such as a daisy, you will also gain knowledge less commonly known.
Some specialist field trips and workshops are held each season.
Celebrating 20 years 'Edinburgh's Local Biodiversity Action Plan
Look out for the logo and take part in events
Edinburgh Natural History Society receives the Bob Saville Award
Contribution to records recognised by TWIC