About Joining

Annual membership runs from January to December each year and is £14.00 for adults, £1.00 for Juniors and £5.00 for students, payable by cheque, Transfer or PayPal below. 

You can also set up Gift Membership.


Membership gives access to all field trips and lectures as well as the opportunity to talk to experts with experience in Archaeology, Zoology, Botany and Geology.


Currently there are around 150 members from all walks of life and from all over Northern Ireland and further afield.

Committee Members

2014-15


President

Joan Semple


Vice President

Margaret Marshall


Hon.Treasurer

Tony Thomlinson


Hon. Secretary

Dr Liam McCaughey


Excursion Secretary

Patricia Rutherford


Hon. Archivist

Deirdre Byrne


Sectional Secretaries

Archaeological &

Historical

Claire Foley

Botanical

Margaret Marshall

Geological

Ian Forsythe

Zoological

Pamela Thomlinson


Dr Bernard Anderson

Mrs Pat Cameron

Joan Hall

Alastair McIlwain (Website)

Membership

And this, our life, exempt from public haunt, finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything. 

William Shakespeare

Mmm...interesting.

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North Mayo, Long Field Trip, June 2014

Fungi have no chlorophyll, they digest food outside their bodies and absorb the result through their cell walls which are made of chitin, not cellulose.

They have no roots, bark stems or leaves. In 1784 biologists created them as a third kingdom of organisms, where previously they had been classified as plants.

Chanterelle

(Cantharellus cibarius)

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