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  • The National Body for Naturalists

    Founded in 1905 with the sole aim of promoting the study of all branches of Natural History and continues to do so to this day
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WELCOME TO THE BNA WEBSITE

We hope you find it interesting and stimulating, and hope you will join the Association and swell the numbers of Britain’s Naturalists.

Join the BNA the national body for naturalists, founded in 1905, and extend your interest in the British countryside by taking part in a wide range of activities together with fellow enthusiasts of all ages. With the help of our experts, you will be able to learn more about our native flora and fauna and develop an in-depth understanding of how our natural world develops and changes increasingly important in view of the changes in our climate.

At national level, the BNA organises lectures and exhibitions, publishes Country-Side, British Naturalist, the BNA website and the BNA holds occasional conferences and Field Trips at a different location each year.

JOIN NOW!

 

BNA National AGM

Saturday, November 6th at 1pm, Via Zoom

Beginning with a PowerPoint talk by

South Yorkshire Science Officer – Roy Stewart MSc, FIBMS, FLS, FRSB, MBNA

“Phytophthora – What’s the Problem?”

The AGM will begin at 2.15pm

Please pre-register by emailing the Chairman

 chairman@bna-naturalists.org

Joining details will be sent to you nearer the date.

 Young Naturalists
If you are interested in Nature and Wildlife why not join the BNA?
Visit the Young Nats page for more information.

Only £7 per year!

On becoming a Young Nat you will receive a Welcome Pack which includes an introductory magazine, the latest newsletter full of articles and information by some of our leading Naturalists.
Also you will get a free waterproof notebook & pencil to make a record of your nature sightings.

Join Now!

Join the British Naturalists’ Association
for the equivalent of less than 40p per week

(based on standard ordinary membership – £20 per year)

Join the BNA, the national body for naturalists and extend your interest in the British countryside by taking part in a wide range of activities together with fellow enthusiasts of all ages. With the help of our experts, you will be able to learn more about our native flora and fauna and develop an in-depth understanding of how our natural world develops and changes increasingly important in view of the changes in our climate.

At national level, the BNA organises lectures and exhibitions, publishes Country-SideBritish Naturalist, the BNA website and the BNA holds occasional conferences and Field Trips at a different location each year.
Visit BNA Membership for more information.

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