Lowther Estate Beavers

Members only field trip - please contact info@carlislenats.uk for further information.

Kat Mayer: Creating the Tarras Valley Nature Reserve

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, Carlisle

Join us at Tullie in Carlisle for the start of our 2023/24 lecture series. Non-members are welcome: a small fee is payable on the door.  £3 for visitors; £2 for students. Or perhaps consider joining CNHS: you will be able to join at the event. Members are welcome to renew their membership.

Josh Styles: Plant Reintroductions for Conservation

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, Carlisle

Join us at Tullie in Carlisle for our second talk of the 2023/24 series. Non-members are welcome: a small fee is payable on the door. £3 for visitors; £2 for students.

Members Night: contributions from the CNHS membership

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, Carlisle

Join us at Tullie in Carlisle for our first Members' Night of the 2023/24 series. Non-members are welcome: a small fee is payable on the door.

Gary Skinner: The World of Ants

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, Carlisle

Join us at Tullie in Carlisle for our fourth session in the 2023/24 series. Non-members are welcome: a small fee is payable on the door. £3 for visitors; £2 for students.

Ian Jackson: Cumberland rocks and Carlisle does too

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, Carlisle

Join us at Tullie in Carlisle for our fifth session in the 2023/24 series. Non-members are welcome: a small fee is payable on the door. £3 for visitors; £2 for students.

Chris West: The conservation of freshwater pearl mussels in West Cumbria

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, Carlisle

Join us at Tullie in Carlisle for our first talk for 2024! Please note that as Tullie has closed for building work, a new entrance is being used for Carlisle Natural History Society meetings. Please use the garden gate on Abbey Street and follow the signs to the Old Tullie House entrance. This will be … Continue reading Chris West: The conservation of freshwater pearl mussels in West Cumbria

Stephen Mott: Svalbard – its wildlife and a warning from the High Arctic archipelago

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, Carlisle

Join us at Tullie in Carlisle for the continuation of the 2023/24 talk series. Please note that as Tullie has closed for building work, a new entrance is being used for Carlisle Natural History Society meetings in the lecture theatre. Please use the garden gate on Abbey Street and follow the signs to the Old … Continue reading Stephen Mott: Svalbard – its wildlife and a warning from the High Arctic archipelago

Dave Wainwright: Conserving Northern England’s Rarest Butterflies and Moths

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, Carlisle

Join us at Tullie in Carlisle for the continuation of the 2023/24 talk series. Please note that as Tullie has closed for building work, a new entrance is being used for Carlisle Natural History Society meetings in the lecture theatre. Please use the garden gate on Abbey Street and follow the signs to the Old … Continue reading Dave Wainwright: Conserving Northern England’s Rarest Butterflies and Moths

Megan Lindeman: Local Nature Recovery Strategy in Cumberland

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, Carlisle

Megan has very kindly stepped in at the last minute to provide a talk about the Local Nature Recovery Strategy - something that many Carlisle natural History Society members have already been involved in! Join us at Tullie in Carlisle. Please note that as Tullie has closed for building work, a new entrance is being … Continue reading Megan Lindeman: Local Nature Recovery Strategy in Cumberland

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