Programme

During the summer, the Society meets every Tuesday from May through to the end of August.  Meetings are on Tuesdays at 7.00p.m. unless otherwise stated. Stout footwear is generally advised for our outdoor meetings. Visitors are usually most welcome. Note that as many of the meeting places do not have postcodes, the closest is listed. Click on the grid reference to load a map showing the location of the site.

During the winter, the Society meets every Tuesday from September through to the end of April at:

Cruck Barn
City Discovery Centre
Bradwell Abbey
Alston Drive
Milton Keynes
MK13 9AP

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Meetings open with refreshments at 7.30pm, for an 8pm start. Meeting are free for members. There is a charge of £2.00 for non-members.

You can download the current programme here in Word or PDF format.

Please note that clause 7 of the Society’s constitution reads: “The Society will exercise due care when arranging its meeting and activities for the benefit of members. Members taking part in any meeting or activity do so at their own risk”. Click this link to view the full Risk Assessment document.

  • Tue
    21
    Aug
    2018

    Start time 20:30MKNHS members mothing at Linford Lakes NR by Julie Lane9 July2016

    Some late-season mothing. Some “sugaring” on trees before lighting-up at 21.00. Fold-up chairs, torches, and a flask of something to drink will be useful. Meet in the Car Park at MK14 5AH. SP 843428

    Leader: Gordon Redford

    Use this link for more details about this site.

  • Tue
    28
    Aug
    2018

    Walk iconStart time 19:00

    A new venue for us. A walk in Woburn Abbey Park. Park in the car par opposite the parish church in Park Road, Woburn for a 2-3 mile walk. We hope to see 6 species of deer, some wildfowl, and Giant redwoods.  SP 950332

    Leader: Steven Cousins

  • Tue
    04
    Sep
    2018

    Meeting iconStart time 7.30pm, for an 8:00pm start.

    Summer Review. Where did you go and what did you see in the long hot summer of 2018? Please come along prepared to tell us a little about your travels and sightings since April.