|The Rutland Natural History Society|
|was formed in February 1965 and now has over 300 members.||
Puss Moth Phil Rudkin
|The objects of the Society are:|
|t||to further the cause of Natural History;|
|t||to study, record and help preserve Rutland's wild life, in particular;|
|t||to meet and exchange information with other bodies, and to encourage all ages to take an interest in wildlife and its conservation.||
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|Registered Charity No. 514693||
3 Barn Owls: Jim Eaton
RUTLAND BREEDING BIRD ATLAS 2008 - 2011
BY TERRY MITCHAM (RNHS BIRD RECORDER)
Seventeen members of the Society were involved in the fieldwork for this atlas, as part of recording for the latest BTO breeding bird survey of Great Britain and Ireland.
105 species are mapped and their current status discussed.
They are illustrated by John Wright, with colour photos of eight species.
Published by Spiegel Press at £9.95, it is available from Walker's Bookshops in Oakham and Stamford, Egleton Bird Watching Centre and directly from the publisher.
IF YOU ARE PLANNING YOUR EVENINGS FOR LATER IN THE YEAR
The first evening meeting the winter is on Tuesday 1st October at 7.30pm:
‘Through the year in a photographer’s garden’ by Jeff Harrison.
If you were there for Jeff’s remarkable talk about Kingfishers in 2012, you will know you are in for a treat! Jeff will take us through his wildlife watching through the year, illustrated by his exceptional photography.
PLANTLIFE NATURE RESERVES
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A recent article from the Rutland Times as part of their Club Spotlight series