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    Field meetings
    Our field visits and indoor winter meetings are free to members.
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    Orthoptera Recording
    Find out more about recording Kent's grasshoppers, bush-crickets, crickets and ground-hoppers.
  • Wildlife Notes
    Wildlife Notes
    Terry and Susan Dove's monthly wildlife notes from Little Barton Farm.

Kent Field Club, founded in 1955, aims to deepen the understanding and appreciation of the natural history of Kent, England. Our membership ranges across the spectrum from professional experts in a particular field of study to those who simply appreciate the aesthetic beauty of our countryside and love to walk in it, observing its wildlife in the company of like-minded people.

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What have you been up to this year?

  Due to the cancellation of our field programme this year, there will unfortunately be none of the usual meeting reports to compile into this year's Bulletin. To make up for this, the Assistant Editor would be happy to receive any reports from members, whether from your house or garden, your local area or further afield in Kent. These can be accounts for specific sites and occasions or observations of notable species. If you are interested in contributing, please get in touch via the website.  

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New Atlas of the Kent Flora (2010) reprint

For anyone who doesn’t have Eric Philp’s New Atlas of the Kent Flora (2010), the Kent Field Club plans to produce a reprint. Note that this will not be a new print run of the hardback original. It has a soft-back binding and a plain cover, but is in colour and includes all that is in the original. In order to minimise the price of each copy, it will be useful to gauge interest. If you think you might like a copy, please let us know via the website.  

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Little Barton Farm Wildlife Notes by Terry and Susan Dove