Welcome to the
Chichester Natural History Society Website

Welcome to the
Chichester Natural History Society Website

Welcome to the
Chichester Natural History Society Website

Welcome to the
Chichester Natural History Society Website

Welcome to the
Chichester Natural History Society Website

Welcome to the
Chichester Natural History Society Website

Registered Charity No 259211

The Chichester Natural History Society, Chi Nats for short, is a friendly group of local people with a shared interest in all aspects of wildlife, who have been studying and recording all branches of natural history for over 50 years. We do this in an entertaining manner and, in cooperation with other like-minded groups, help conserve the flora and fauna of Sussex. Members of the Society share a common interest in natural history and while some are experts in particular wildlife fields, others are newcomers to the subject. New members are always welcome - Single membership £12 per annum, Joint/Family Membership £22 per annum.

Contact email secretary@chichesternaturalhistorysociety.org.uk

December 2021

1st December. Christmas Party.  CANCELLED as a COVID Precaution


January 2022

5th January. evening Indoor Lecture. Andrew Gaunt, from Defra: Risks to the Environment from Alien Pests.

Wednesday 12th January . Pub Lunch at Fishbourne. Tide and times of Nutbourne Marshes.  Mick Evans

ChiNATS bat detector has found a very rare bat - the Kuhl's Pipistrelle. See the Bats article in the newsletter and on the Legacy Projects page: CLICK HERE
Subscriptions are due on  1st October, £12 single, £22 joint membership. See the forms on the Information/Membership page for more details. CLICK HERE
 


Kuhl's Pipistrelle, photo provided by BTO

Events

Field outings, small groups led by some of our experts, are arranged throughout the year to various wildlife locations in West Sussex. Lecture evenings are held regularly in Chichester over the  winter, while lunchtime sessions in a local pub allow a small group to focus on a particular aspect of nature. 

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Our Blog

In addition to our formal surveys we encourage our members to record wildlife wherever they see it. There is so much to be seen in our local area as we are fortunate in being close to a wide range of diverse habitats.

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Reports

On our field trips we encounter a wide range of wildlife and many of our members are keen wildlife photographers.
 

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Farlington Marshes Field Report added

Cancellation of Christmas Party and Photographic Competition, was 1st December

January Indoor Lecture, Jan and Feb pub lunches added

Burton Mill Pond Field report added

Pub Events updated, November date corrected

Bat Monitoring Page added, Kuhl's Pipistrelle news







Any questions on the website please send an email to Web-Master@chichesternatural historysociety.org.uk s

The blog allows you to log sightings and comment on those put up by other members - please use it.
We still need to keep the sightings book so please enter any observations in the sightings book on lecture evenings.

We would welcome more photos for the site from members

Below is shown number of visitors to the site from April 2017.

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