The Society promotes an interest in natural history and encourages the study and recording of wildlife particularly in the Seaford and wider East Sussex environs.
If you have an interest in natural history we offer you a warm welcome and look forward to seeing you at one of our meetings.
We have a programme of indoor meetings between October and March. We also have a programme of field meetings between March and November. Details of our current programmes can be found on our programme page.
The Society does some monitoring/survey work in the local area. More information can be found on our survey page. Information on recording sightings can also be found here.
Other organisations have wildlife and natural history events which may be of interest. Information on these can be found on our other events page
We publish a magazine three times a year. This contains information about local natural history and includes reports of our indoor and field meetings. Reports of our meetings can also be found on our reports pages.
Seaford and the surrounding area is blessed with an abundance of wildlife and wildlife habitats and we visit many of these on our field meetings. Information about places we visit can be found on our places of interest pages.
If you would like more information or would like to join the Society please visit our contacts page.
11th March 2014
Seaford Head Nature Reserve Management Plan
For details see our programme page.