Peter has published a number of books and papers on this topic. It will be a chance to get to grips with how our area has developed geologically and increase our understanding of why our plants and animals are distributed in the way they are.
This is your chance to get involved with the Society as new committee members are always welcome. It will be followed by a talk on bats.
Joan Childs will give us her long awaited introduction to Hoverflies.
Paul will give us an insight into the management and wildlife of Raincliffe Woods
Peter will give us an insight on the geological history of the Scarborough area.
A chance to find out what has been going on with all the various projects etc that have been undertaken and what our recorders have found, and also for members to bring any samples, records of interest, Tonights recorders reports will include Stuart Baines on the recent Dolphin sightings, John Hume on botany, Robin Hopper on birds and Rob Stark on orchids.
The January 25th meeting will be a follow on with reports on Bats, Seashore, Butterflies and Fungi.
Our group recorders will give us a brief overview of the past years events and records and members are invited to bring along exhibits.
Tonight’s recorders reports are on Fungi by Brian Cockerill, Bats by Nick Gibbons, Seashore visits by John Hume and Moths and insects by Allan Rodda.
Most people are aware of the bird monitoring schemes but are unaware of the situation with bats. Here is your chance to find out how we do it and how you can take part.
A chance to find out how our local moth population is getting on and how it is changing with our climate.