The summer field excursion programme for 2021 is now ended, but can still be seen here The 2022 programme will appear around March of that year.

The 2021-22 winter programme of Tuesday evening talks can be seen (in part) here.

A further tranche of bursaries towards courses in field taxonomy are on offer this year; see BRISC website (scroll down the page to find the links). The closing date for applications will be January 31st 2022. Bursaries are not restricted to members of GNHS or BRISC.(BRISC: Biological Recording in Scotland).

Also, this year, in view of the fact that there have been fewer applications than usual to the Blodwen Lloyd Binns Bequest, we are inviting applications from community groups to support natural history projects based in greenspaces or community gardens. The BLBB Committee will consider such applications at their next meeting. These applications must be submitted by a GNHS member, and the application deadline is 15 January 2022. See Grants for more information and the application form.

PhotoSCENE 2021-2022: The deadline has now passed for this year’s Competition. See Photoscene for details and to see winning photographs from earlier years.

The Glasgow Naturalist volume 27(3): is now printed and distributed to subscribers. The constituent papers and short notes can still be seen here Contents.

The Flora of Lanarkshire by the late Peter Macpherson is still available at £38.50; order on-line at Nature Bureau bookshop or Members may order at a lower price direct from GNHS.

The Amphibians and Reptiles of Scotland, Chris McInerny and Pete Minting. Published by GNHS; download it free here (PDF, 135Mb) or email Chris McInerny to buy a printed copy for £22.50.

Glasgow Natural History Society is a charity registered in Scotland (SC012586)


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