Kent Field Club aims to deepen the understanding and appreciation of the natural history of Kent, England.The club was founded in 1955, and has around 200 members. The 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.

We arrange annual programme of field meetings, publish journals, newsletters and books, and work closely with the Kent & Medway Biological Records Centre in helping to provide a better knowledge of Kent's wildlife to assist its conservation.

Kent Field Club is registered charity no. 293645.

Our Aims

Linking Fellow Naturalists

The provision of a means of communication between fellow naturalists within Kent by means of formal and field meetings, publications and any other appropriate means.

Promoting Nature Conservation

The promotion of Nature Conservation in Kent, in association with the relevant bodies.

Study of Flora and Fauna

The study and recording, for the benefit of the public, of the distribution and ecology of the fauna and flora of Kent.