NIGHTINGALE SONG WALKS NOW FULLY BOOKED
All places for our morning and evening walks on 26th April have now been taken.
WHITE FERRET LOST IN HASLEMERE - CAN YOU HELP
A family pet ferret has gone missing in Scotland Lane. It is said to be very tame and fond of a saucer of milk, so if you see it please e-mail us, especially if you are able to contain it for recovery.
if you have any information, and we will inform the owners.
DORMOUSE BOX CHECKING AT IMBHAMS FARM, HASLEMERE
We shall be checking our dormouse boxes again each month this summer. If you would like the chance to help, and perhaps see some of these endearing little mammals up close, do e-mail us in advance to confirm arrangements.
Wed 19 April 10.00am
Wed 17 May 10.00am
Sat 17 June 9.30am
Sat 15 July 9.30am
LUTRA WILDLIFE TOURS
Members may remember Lee Morgan's talk on the Baja Peninsula last year. He will be talking to us about the Rockies next year, and has just forwarded details of their 2018 Killer Whale Tour. Or see their tour programmes for the next year or so. Click to view 2017 and 2018.
INVITATION TO MEMBERS
On 6th June the Selborne Society (from Perivale, Middlesex) will be having a coach excursion to our area. The morning will feature a walk round the Devil’s Punchbowl, Hindhead, and will include looking for the Punchbowl’s particularly interesting mosses and liverworts. Meet at the Visitor Centre at l1.00 a.m. After lunch the group will spend the afternoon at the Haslemere Museum and grounds.
They would like to welcome HNHS members to either morning or afternoon events so please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to come.
The Selborne Society was founded three years before HNHS as a national body for naturalists in memory of Gilbert White, “the Naturalist of Selborne”. The Society’s nature reserve, Bluebell Wood, is pictured in the Museum’s Natural History Gallery.
COULTERS DEAN OPEN DAY
Following the talk on 11 February given by Dianne and Martin Mitchell on the conservation work at Coulters Dean Reserve near Buriton, there will be an Open Day there from 10.00 - 12.30 on Thursday 15 June.
CAR PARK CHARGES AT FRENSHAM LITTLE
National Trust have now put in Pay & Display machines in the Little Pond car park. NT members can park free as long as their car shows a current membership sticker, so don't forget to have yours on display.
Basic charge is £1.50 an hour, slightly lower for longer periods.
In view of the Society's support for NT, charges will not apply for those attending our August bat walk.