Welcome to Carlisle Natural History Society…

We aim to promote the appreciation, study and documentation of the wildlife and natural environment of Cumbria and its environs; and to provide a forum for naturalists with an interest in Cumbrian wildlife.

Anyone with an interest in wildlife can join the Society.

We regularly meet in the Tullie House lecture theatre in the winter and in the field in the summer and welcome guests. Please see our latest programme.

If you are on Facebook, why not like us on our public Facebook Page or if you are a twitter user you can find us @CarlisleNats.

Latest News and Sightings:

Cumbria’s bogs is the topic of Alasdair Brock’s talk on Wednesday evening. Probably rates alongside the Solway as one of the most important habitats..

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Members evening on Wednesday, a cornucopia of our wonderful wildlife and places from our many talented members.

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Gadwall like Watchtree, we have 5 at present plus a dozen or more Tufted Duck and over 60 Teal. Interesting that last week there were lots of..

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Just to remind people that there is a record report form on the web site and yes records do come to me.

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Talk this Wednesday is “conserving reds in Northern England by Simon O’Hare RSNE Red Squirrel Officer. Tullie House doors open 18:50 meeting..

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Carlisle Natural History Society est. 1893