|". . . to further the study of Natural History in all its branches"|
Ringwood Field Naturalists Club Inc.Founded in 1961, the Ringwood Field Naturalists Club provides a friendly & informal forum for people to share and explore their interest in Australian Natural History. The Club caters to all areas of Natural History by having a varied programme. Our monthly meeting features expert talks on wide-ranging topics, and we have monthly excursions and twice-yearly camp-outs across Victoria. Whether it is exploring the world of native orchids, photographing plants and wildlife or simply identifying the birds visiting your garden, the Ringwood Field Naturalists Club is sure to have something to offer. The Club has:
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Wednesday 11th - Monthly Meeting Members Night - 2 mini talks by members 1."A January trip to Tasmania includes King Island" by Shirley Smith 2. "A bit about flies" by Peter Rogers
Sunday 15th - Yea Wetlands Leaders: Alison and Peter Rogers Meet at 10.30am at John Cummins Reserve for a walk along the boardwalk in the wetlands. Afternoon excursion to Tunnel Hill/Cheviot Railway Tunnel, Limestone. (Melways 610 Q8 or Vic Roads map 61 H5)
Wednesday 8th - Monthly Meeting Speaker: Paul Birch “The wildlife and history of Maranoa Gardens and the development of a Conservation Management Plan for a botanic garden"
Saturday 11th - Maranoa Gardens Leaders: Paul Birch and Shirley Smith Meet Paul at 1pm at the main gate at the top of Parring Road, Balwyn (Beckett Park). (Melways 46 G7)