Why not join us today?

There is so much to see and do - interesting talks and field walks for all the family. Enthusiast, expert or novice - all welcome.

And you may see the rare or unusual.

A Monarch butterfly in the middle of Southampton arrived on the jet-stream from central America. But there are beautiful native species to see too.

Colour stands out.

The cage fungus is just one of many bright and beautiful things you can see in our city. Our walks and talks will help you find them.

Some of the world's longest migrants.

Arctic terns drop into Southampton for the summer on their pole to pole migration. Get closer to wildlife all year round.

Members of the Natural History Society help with wildlife surveys.

Recently hoverflies were the centre of attention of our members and supporters - without leaving their own back-gardens.

Join us today

Southampton Natural History Society is getting closer to nature - waiting for you to come and join us! There is plenty to see and do for members and supporters alike and fun for all the family. And you can make a real difference - help us change the way we see things.

One Man’s Marshes – the birds and birders of Keyhaven and Lymington

One Man’s Marshes – the birds and birders of Keyhaven and Lymington
Many of you will know Ed Wiseman the former warden of Kehaven and Lymington Marshes. Now retired, he has written a history of the marshes...

Meet the Rangers at Weston Shore

Meet the Rangers at Weston Shore
Join the Bird Aware Solent rangers and the Friends of Weston Shore to see the amazing birds that fly here every winter from as far away...

Official Launch of Peartree Green LNR

Official Launch of Peartree Green LNR
Launch Event to Celebrate Local Nature Reserve Status Members of Southampton Natural History Society are invited to the official launch of Peartree Green Local Nature...

Batty about bats

Batty about bats
The exceptionally high quality of illustrated talks given to Southampton Natural History Society was maintained by the recorder and Chair of Hampshire Bat Group, Nik...

Peartree Green

Peartree Green
Proposed Local Nature Reserve Peartree Green is a large open space on the eastern side of Southampton between Woolston and Bitterne, and bounded on the...

Batty about bats

Batty about bats
The exceptionally high quality of illustrated talks given to Southampton Natural History Society was maintained by the recorder and Chair of Hampshire Bat Group, Nik...