About Abingdon Naturalists' Society

Membership

We welcome new members, and non-members are welcome at our events. There is a £3.00 admission charge for visitors at indoor meetings, and non-members are asked to contact the Field Events Secretary in advance if they wish to join a field trip.

The membership year runs from 1 January. Annual subscription rates are:-

Single: £10-

Family: £17-

Download membership application form as 'pdf' or 'doc'.

Abingdon Naturalists'  Society was set up in 1967 by wildlife lovers, to give an opportunity to learn about the natural world around us, promote conservation, and - just as important - to get out and see it in the company of experts and friends. Butterflies, bats, fowl, flora, fungi ... all on the agenda.

Our aims

  1. To foster the study and appreciation of natural history.
  2. To arrange illustrated talks.
  3. To organise excursions and field studies.
  4. To encourage and undertake local wildlife and habitat conservation.
  5. To identify and utilise the expertise and interests of members as appropriate.
  6. To co-operate and liaise with neighbouring like-minded organisations.
  7. To take part in other activities which are relevant to the above.

Not sure whether to join? Then why not come along to one of our indoor meetings or field outings to help you decide?

Who's Who

President
Richard Lewington
Chair
Steve Stevens
Treasurer
Sally Gillard
-
Membership
Cynthia Napper
-
Field secretary
Alison Muldal
-
Conservation
David Guyoncourt]
– 
Webmanager and Publicity
Adrian Allsop

The email addresses for those listed above are in the form prefix@abnats.org.uk.

Updated: October 2020

Where is Abingdon?

Abingdon-on-Thames, as it is now officially known,  is the first town downstream from Oxford on the River Thames.

Abingdon Naturalists'  Society was set up in 1967 by wildlife lovers, to give an opportunity to learn about the natural world around us, promote conservation, and - just as important - to get out and see it in the company of experts and friends. Butterflies, bats, fowl, flora, fungi ... all on the agenda.

Our aims

  1. To foster the study and appreciation of natural history.
  2. To arrange illustrated talks.
  3. To organise excursions and field studies.
  4. To encourage and undertake local wildlife and habitat conservation.
  5. To identify and utilise the expertise and interests of members as appropriate.
  6. To co-operate and liaise with neighbouring like-minded organisations.
  7. To take part in other activities which are relevant to the above.

Not sure whether to join? Then why not come along to one of our indoor meetings or field outings to help you decide?

Membership

We welcome new members, and non-members are welcome at our events. There is a £3.00 admission charge for visitors at indoor meetings, and non-members are asked to contact the Field Events Secretary in advance if they wish to join a field trip.

The membership year runs from 1 January. Annual subscription rates are:-

Single: £10-

Family: £17-

Download membership application form as 'pdf' or 'doc'.

Who's Who

President
Richard Lewington
Chair
Steve Stevens
Treasurer
Sally Gillard
-
Membership
Cynthia Napper
-
Field secretary
Alison Muldal
-
Conservation
David Guyoncourt]
– 
Webmanager and Publicity
Adrian Allsop

The email addresses for those listed above are in the form prefix@abnats.org.uk.

Updated: October 2020

Where is Abingdon?

Abingdon-on-Thames, as it is now officially known,  is the first town downstream from Oxford on the River Thames.