The objective of The Society is to promote the appreciation, enjoyment and study of natural history generally, by means of a programme of indoor and outdoor meetings.
We have a particular interest in Seaford Head Local Nature Reserve, where we are undertaking frequent recording of butterflies, reptiles and common birds as well as annual counts of Moon Carrots, Green-winged Orchids and Bee Flies. We also maintain a species list for the whole reserve. Members of the Society are active in conservation work on the reserve, working in partnership with Sussex Wildlife Trust.
We have a programme of wildlife-related walks in the summer and talks in the winter.
Lead contact: Jim Howell (Chairman)