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The 2023-24 winter programme of evening talks can be seen here. Talks are generally given on the second Tuesday of each month from September to May.

The summer field excursion programme for 2023 is now complete, but can be viewed here

PhotoSCENE 2024-2025: A Natural History Photographic Competition sponsored by Glasgow Natural History Society and the University of Glasgow School of Biodiversity, One Health and Veterinary Medicine (SBOHVM). See Photoscene for more information and details of how to submit your photographs, and to see winning photographs from earlier years. The closing date for this year's competition is October 31st 2024.

A tranche of bursaries towards courses in field taxonomy is offered annually; see BRISC website. Applications can be made from November each year until the closing date on January 31st following. Bursaries are not restricted to members of GNHS or BRISC(Biological Recording in Scotland).

The Blodwen Lloyd Binns prize was awarded in November 2023 to Alison Park for her paper on Holmhills LNR developed from a poster contribution at the Brownfield Biodiversity Conference in June 2022 and published in The Glasgow Naturalist 28 (1).

The Glasgow Naturalist volume 28(1) which includes papers arising from the 2022 conference on Brownfield Biodiversity, has now been printed and distributed to subscribers. Individual papers and short notes can be seen here Contents.

Amphibians and Reptiles Conference. As a follow-up to the successful conference held in June 2023, a small team of GNHS and Clyde Reptile and Amphibian Group members organised a one-day conference on Saturday June 3rd 2023, as part of Glasgow Science Festival. The proceedings are expected to be published in The Glasgow Naturalist 28 (2) in mid-2024.

The Flora of Lanarkshire by the late Peter Macpherson is still available at £38.50; order on-line at Nature Bureau bookshop or Members may order at a lower price direct from GNHS.

The Amphibians and Reptiles of Scotland, Chris McInerny and Pete Minting. Published by GNHS; download it free here (PDF, 135Mb) or email Chris McInerny to buy a printed copy for £22.50.

Glasgow Natural History Society is a charity registered in Scotland (SC012586)

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