Promoting interest in Suffolk’s natural history
Yellowhammer, Emberiza citronella © Steve Roach
Volucella bombylans and Sarcoscypha austriaca © Paul Kitchener
Who we are:
A group of people with a common interest in natural history: ~ animals, plants and geology, the Suffolk countryside and the environment generally.
Our members range from beginners to expert amateurs and wildlife professionals.
What we do:
We publish popular and scientific works on the natural history of Suffolk, hold members meetings and organise a biennial conference. Members’ findings are published in the thrice-yearly newsletter White Admiral ; in our transactions Suffolk Natural History and in the bird report Suffolk Birds. We also publish more definitive guides on various aspects of the natural history of Suffolk.