Welcome to Darlington & Teesdale Naturalists' Field Club
The field club studies all aspects of natural history including plants, insects, mammals, birds and geology
Section leader Derek Risbey. Field botany is fun. It is discovery and identification of trees , grasses, ferns, sedges, rushes, mosses and of course flowers in their natural habitat. It is exciting to know why and how they are growing
Section leader Dr John Turner. The main aim of the section is to support bird life in the area. [Show slideshow] 123►
The field club studies all aspects of natural history including plants, insects, mammals, birds and geology.
Its weekly summer outings are for observation and recording, as well as for general enjoyment of the countryside and are reported at regular indoor meetings. Please see Summer Programme for meeting venue and time.
From October to April, indoor meetings, with talks by visiting speakers, are held at the Sixth Form College almost every Monday evening. Meetings commence at 7.30pm and finish at approx. 9.00pm
To join the club
Contact the Membership Secretary, Brian Wood 01325 243323
Annual Subscription, Ordinary Member £16.00, Full-time Student £1.00
Visitors are very welcome
To meetings or club outings ( check the programme for details)
Suggested donations at meetings: Members £1.00 Visitors £2.00
Our members, young, old, knowledgeable, or beginner all have one thing in common: a love of, and curiosity about, the natural world around us.