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Further details can be found on the Programme page.


All lectures will take place in the Ulster Museum at 7.30pm



October

Tuesday 4th - 7.00pm Conversazione


Tuesday 11th

Meadows of Delight


Thursday 20th

Butterflies that live with Ants


November

Tuesday 8th

The Silent Valley Dam


December

Tuesday 13th

Wildlife of the Belfast Hills



January

Tuesday 10th

One Degree North -The Enchanted Isles


February

Tuesday 14th

Sacred Mountain, saints, sinners and sappers


March

Tuesday 7th

Club Luncheon and CEDar talk


Tuesday 14th

Surnames of Ireland


April

Tuesday 11th - 7.00pm

AGM and The Man who introduced the Club Medal

The Belfast Naturalists' Field Club was formed just over 150 years ago and is an eclectic mix of amateurs and professionals who are interested and enthusiastic about the natural sciences and the built environment.


The Club has four sections open to all members - Archaeology & History, Botany, Geology and Zoology.


You definitely don't need to be an expert to join. We welcome and encourage anyone who has an interest in the natural world to become a member. Memberships costs only £14.00 a year for adults, £1.00 for juniors and £5.00 for students.


Members have access to the experts who lead our Summer Field Trips as well as our series of Winter Lectures in the Ulster Museum.

Winter programme

...at a glance.

Ballyhornan, July 2015