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ESSEX FIELD CLUB

The Essex Field Club is a society for wildlife enthusiasts and people with an interest in the natural history and geology of Essex, run entirely by volunteers with a professional ethos. Our core objective is to study and record the natural history of the County of Essex (the biological recording county of Essex includes the London boroughs east of the River Lea, as well as small portions of administrative Cambridgeshire and Suffolk).We offer members about 30-40 meetings a year, regular information through our Newsletter and an annual scientific publication, the Essex Naturalist. The Field Club has serious scientific interests in geology, flowering plants, fungi, mosses, lichens, mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, insects and other invertebrates (e.g. spiders, snails and slugs, beetles, butterflies, moths, flies, bugs, dragonflies, bees and wasps), and values both amateur and professional members. You can join here.

Who to contact

E-mail
SECRETARY@ESSEXFIELDCLUB.ORG.UK
Website
Website

Where to go

Address
Essex Field Club, The Green Centre, Wat Tyler Country Park
Pitsea Hall Lane
Basildon
Postcode
SS16 4UH
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