Founded 1889 – Affiliated to Yorkshire Naturalists' Union

Toothwort sightings wanted

Keep your eyes open for this fleshy coloured non chlorophyll forming perennial which is usually parasitic on hazel, elm or ...
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Wych elm and White-letter hairstreak

If you know where wych elm (Ulmus glabra) grows in the Scarborough area, please let us know. Preferring the limestone, ...
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Web site change

The web site has been updated such that all members will now be able to add sightings to the web ...
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2017 Indoor Programme.

Scarborough Field Naturalists Indoor Programme 2017 Date Title/Subject Speaker 10 Jan 2017 2016 round up Members 24 Jan 2017 The ...
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!!!!Meetings have moved to St Catherine’s Hospice!!!

From 10th January 2017 until further notice meetings will beheld at the Education Centre, St Catherine’s Hospice, Throxenby Lane Scarborough, ...
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