A wild flower water colour painting from Janet Rawlins new book
"A grass Rope to Catch a Unicorn"
See our Wild flower paintings page for more information
The Yoredale Natural History Society
The Society was founded in 1979, with the aim of 'promoting an interest in and an appreciation of natural history, with particular reference to Wensleydale'.
Yoredale is the traditional name for Wensleydale.
During the summer months there are about 15 field meetings to local nature "hotspots" and visits to nature reserves. See the Field Trips page for details.
There is a programme of winter lectures in the Methodist Hall, Leyburn, usually on the last Friday of the month
Members abilities range from beginner to full time working wildlife professionals. Help and guidance is available for those wishing to learn more about most aspects of wildlife.
The Society publishes a Bulletin each year, usually in February, to report on our activities in the previous year.
New members are very welcome
The current annual subscription is £10
students £2; under 16s 50p
NB. To comply with our child protection policy children under 16 and vulnerable adults must be accompanied by a parent or authorised guardian.
To join the society, or for more information, please contact one of the offices below.
Deborah Millward 01969 663379
Janet Cooper 01969 623844
Sheila Simms 01969 622465