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A NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY

The aim of the Halifax Naturalists Society founded in 1874 is to stimulate an interest in, conserve, record and educate others of the Natural History of Calderdale.

There are members with varying levels of knowledge and experience, including enthusiastic beginners and those with specialist knowledge in their chosen fields. Our interests are wide-ranging, covering the spectrum of natural history. We provide a forum for naturalists of all ages and abilities to meet and explore the wildlife of the local area.

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Hunter Hill – Fungi

We found quite a lot of fungi on the unimproved grassland this afternoon. Most of it was in tatters, looking past it's best but we did find two interesting specimens. We didn't have a

Rye Grass

Rye Grass--Lolium perenne, is a very variable grass and can take many forms. Many

Medlar Hybrid

I have mentioned previously an unusual Midland Hawthorn and Medlar hybrid in Centre Vale

Flatworm

I came across this very distinctive worm in my garden this afternoon. I didn't

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