What do you get for your money? Free entry to all Natural History Section events, exclusive access to our summer programme of field meetings and the fabulous twice-yearly members newsletter - like Newsletter 111, Autumn 2020, which just dropped into members inboxes - the fully-illustrated, "It's like lockdown never happened" edition.
- Weather Summary, Tim Hartshorne: Storms Ellen and Francis, and a mini-heatwave.
- How To Make a Wildlife Pond: Part 2, Sue Hitchings: The wildlife moves in.
- False Ladybirds At Shady Lane Arboretum, Saharima Roenisch: Red imposters with black spots.
- Brown Fields, Alan Cann: In our agriculturally impoverished County, it is the post-industrial brownfield sites which hold out hope to wildlife.
- A Bonus of Rewilding, Rowan Roenisch: After forty years the grasshoppers return to the garden.
- Common Plant Names in Different Cultures, Richard Graves: Finger hats, a thousand leaves and chicken blindness.
- The activities of a garden spider Araneus diadematus, Shelagh Tinning: Observations through the kitchen window.
- Unexpected Urban Moth Caterpillars, Saharima Roenisch: July was a busy time for Lepidoptera in Leicester.
- Weasels in Oadby, Saharima Roenisch: Stoatally fascinating.
- A Double-First for VC55, John Tinning: More marvellous moths move in.
- Cotesia glomerata, Parasitic Braconidae Wasp, Hazel Graves: Nature’s way of ensuring fewer caterpillars on his cabbages in 2021.
- Oaks in VC55, Russell Parry, Illustrations, Lindsay-Anne Heald: Which ones grow here? The chance to be a detective.
- Leicester Literary & Philosophical Society Natural History Section enters the Virtual World, Hazel Graves: Zoom Meetings in 2020.
- Rutland’s Impenetrable Swamp, Steve Woodward: Private parts of part of Rutland Water.