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Ryedale Natural History Society

Programme for 2009 – see below for the indoor and outdoor meetings respectively.


January 20th Recorders’ Reports Ryenats Recorders
February 17th A Moor with a Difference
Joint Meeting with Ryedale Beekeepers’ Association
John Edwards
March 17th Wildlife Rehabilitation in Ryedale Jean Thorpe
April 21st Our Living Landscape
Joint Meeting with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Terry Smithson
October 20th Alien Plants Niall Moore
November 17th Predation of Populations and the AGM Gordon Woodroffe
December 15th A Year in the Life of a Botanist Gill Smith
January 19th 2009 Recorders’ Reports
Ryenats Recorders

Indoor meetings are held in the Methodist Hall, Kirkbymoorside, at 7:30pm.


Unless advised otherwise all meetings are on Saturdays
Please bring a packed lunch for all-day meetings.

April 11th Appleton-le-Moors 11am – Looking for the Star of Bethlehem
Meet near the telephone box SE 737878
Nan Sykes
May 9th Bluebell Time in Riccal Dale 11am
Meet Carlton SE 610865
Janet Denney
June 6th Hawnby Church 11am – Summer Migrants SE 536897 Jim Pewtress
July 11th Whenby/Stearsby 11am – Botanical Recording
Meet near maze at SE 626719
Gill Smith & Nan Sykes
September 19th Robin Hood’s Bay 11am – A Day at the Coast
Meet at Car Park NZ 951055
Tom & Janet Denney
November 7th Fungi Foray, Windy Gates, Yearsley Moor 11am SE 582751 Rhona Sutherland

For further details please contact Tom Denney or Gill Smith.

A Programme and Newsletter are available
from the Secretary:
Tom Denney, Sykes House, Rudland,
Fadmoor, York

or email Tom Denney or Gill Smith
YNU Field Excursions 2009
VC62 May 16th Castle Howard Arboretum
VC63 June 20th Howell Wood, South Kirby
VC64 July 4th Kettlewell
VC65 July 15th Keld
VC61 August 8th Skipwith

For further details see
There are also separate outings for the different sections, e.g. Botanical.

Links to other interesting wildlife sites
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