Milton Keynes Natural History Society
A friendly, diverse group with about 100 members, the society has been active in Milton Keynes since 1968 and welcomes new members. They meet every Tuesday evening for indoor talks in the winter months and outdoor walks and nature ramblers in the summer.
Founded in 1968, the society is one of the most active of its kind in the country. We have members interested in birds, flowers, butterflies, and other insects, spiders, mammals, amphibians and reptiles, fungi, mosses and many other areas of natural history. Whatever aspect of nature you are interested in, you will find kindred spirits in our society to share, and further, your interest. But you don't have to be an expert to come along and enjoy our events, everyone is welcome.
In the winter we hold weekly meetings almost every Tuesday in the medieval Cruck Barn at Bradwell Abbey, in the heart of Milton Keynes. These Meetings are addressed by invited expert naturalist from around the country as well as some of our own members. In the summer we go out on Tuesday evenings for a walk in the local sites of special natural history and wildlife interest. These walks are not strenuous and offer you the chance to visit local wildlife sites and enjoy meeting like -minded individuals.
To find out more and to view their current programme visit: www.mknhs.org.uk