Grab your favourite beverage, sit back and discover North East nature as you enjoy new videos from local naturalists
Welcome to our exciting programme of talks, events, and activities, designed to provide opportunities for you to learn about and enjoy North East nature.
Friday 18 October 2019. With Max Adams There is ‘something funny’ going on between the Coquet and the Wansbeck, according to Professor Brian Roberts. In 2015 the Bernician Studies Group […]
The North East of England contains, in upper Teesdale, one of Britain’s hotspots for plants, and also a number of other notable botanical habitats – these include the Whin Sill, […]
NHSN's Mid-week Botany Group is a friendly group of members who go out regularly on Wednesdays during the summer to look at plants. We visit a variety of habitats and landscapes across the North East and enjoy studying and identifying the plants we find.
Gosforth Nature Reserve is one of the best places to see wildlife in Newcastle and Tyne & Wear. On this page you can find out about some of the reserve’s wildlife.
Thanks to a generous bequest from the Dickinson family we provide small grants to help NHSN members carry out natural history projects.
The North East is home to a vast array of fascinating invertebrates. NHSN members play an important role in recording and monitoring insect species in Northumberland, Tyne & Wear and County Durham.
NHSN publishes North East Nature magazine three times a year to keep members up-to-date with the latest happenings in natural history in North East England. This full-colour publication is delivered to all our members and can also be downloaded from the Members Area.
Join the Natural History Society of Northumbria today to support nature in North East England, visit Gosforth Nature Reserve and learn about the natural world. Full membership costs only 75p per week.