DIARY EVENTS PAGE OF THE LINCS AND NOTTS BNA AND AFFILIATED GROUPS AND SOCIETIES (LENS / The Long Eaton Natural History Society / firstname.lastname@example.org : DANES / The Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Entomological Society / email@example.com : NBG / The Nottinghamshire Bat Group: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notts Bat Group meets every second month starting on the 3rd of September through till March 2019:
PLEASE CONTACT INDIVIDUAL EVENT ORGANISER TO CHECK FOR LAST MINUTE TIMETABLE CHANGES OR IF YOU ARE NOT A MEMBER TO REQUEST PERMISSION TO ATTEND. SOME GROUPS MAY HAVE A SMALL ATTENDANCE FEE
Event Organisers Contact details are given at the end of each diary entry
XMAS BASH AT THE KING AND MILLER 6.30 PM FRIDAY THE 7TH OF DECEMBER BUY OFF THE MENU
JANUARY THE 14TH MONDAY EVENING AT 7PM LONG EATON LIBRARY NG10 3NP TALK BY Dr Robert Tansey ABOUT EDWARD KAY ROBINSON AND THE BNA
Small Mammal Trapping will take place throughout the year commencing in March at Idle Valley Reserve and other local reserves. Please contact Robert for more information: email@example.com or ring 01777948369
Moth Trapping takes place from April-September please contact Richard for details all welcome: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 07507063110
February the 5th Tuesday Drakholes Canal Depot North
March the 5th Tuesday Drakholes Canal Depot then up to Gringley Lock North
April the 2nd Tuesday Drakholes Canal Depot then to Misterton North
April the 4th Thursday Drakholes Canal Depot Evening Moth Trapping
May the 7th Tuesday Drakholes Canal Depot then to Misterton South
June the 4th Tuesday Drakholes Canal Depot South
July the 2nd Tuesday Drakholes Canal Depot Clayworth North
August the 6th Tuesday Drakholes Canal Depot Clayworth South
September the 3rd Drakholes Canal Depot Hayton North
October the 1st Drakeholes Canal Depot Hayton South
VISIT TO THE WILD FLOWER CENTRE BEING ARRANGED FOR JUNE COMBINED BNA/LENS MEETING
Branch Members News
Members so registered are entitled to use the appropriate designatory letters after their names (M.B.N.A., A.B.N.A., F.B.N.A.) Upgrading is not automatic, and is a slow process, the Grades Committee has to consider each applicants case separately, and takes into account the field natural history experience and qualifications of each applicant. Each applicant has to have the support of at least one registered member or fellow, and a second appropriate referee. BNA members who are interested in being upgraded should read the membership grades guidelines on the national website or contact local branch organiser.
Presently some of our branch members have specialist interests in Biology, Botany, Microscopic Pond Life, Entomology, Zoology, Ornithology, and the present and past natural history of Britain. Most members have an interest in all fields of Natural History, many of which they have a limited knowledge of, but membership of this small group allows for us all to learn together.
All projects carried out by our BNA branch members must have the landowners permission, be they a group or individual activity. Our Canal and Riverside projects are subject to Risk Assessments and are approved of by the Canal and River Trust.
Amphibian Transects: Our Science Officer Dr Deborah Adams is trying to set up some amphibian recording schemes on ponds in our region, if you would like to get involved please contact our branch organizer who will arrange for Deborah to contact you.