* Thursday 04 April 2019 North Harrow Community Library 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Rosemary Etheridge Workshop:  An Introduction to Identifying  Wild Flowers and the Use of Keys.  Led by  Rosie Etheridge and Margaret Huitson and other participants. Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members. See also May 4th.
* Monday 08 April 2019 Wood Farm 10.30am - midday Simon Braidman Explore the wildlife and habitats of Wood Farm and Pear Wood. This is a school holiday event and we will be looking for wildlife around these 2 fantastic places. Refreshments in the Dairy afterwards. £5 charge per person
* Monday 08 April 2019 Blackwell Hall 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Margaret Huitson The Headless River Crane - a talk about the Yeading Brook by Jo Crocker. Harrow Natural History Society event: £2 for non-members
* Thursday 11 April 2019 Stanmore Marsh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Wonderful Wild Flowers. This is a fun educational event suitable for families. Learn about the importance of wild flowers, plant some on the Marsh and make seed balls to take home. Meet close to the children’s playground. £4 charge per child, adults free. Click here to book
  Friday 12 April 2019 Bentley Priory 10am- midday Simon Braidman Looking at Spring woodland flowers on this stunning nature reserve on a 1.5miles walk. Please bring flower book, note book, camera and hand lenses if you have them. Free event - no charge. Note - meet in the Car Park in Warren Lane, opposite Stanmore Cricket club, HA7 4LB (TQ 15972 93545) NOT at Old Lodge Way entrance.
* Tuesday 16 April 2019 Pinner Village Gardens 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes All about ponds. Family event: Come and learn how important ponds are to wildlife, discover the extraordinary animals living there, and make your own pond-in-bowl (bowl supplied) and a crafty frog to take home! Meet close to the children's playground, look for the gazebo. £5 charge per child, adults free, click here to book.
* Saturday 20 April 2019 Perivale Wood 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Margaret Huitson Special Opening of Perivale Wood. We are invited to a special opening together with Ruislip and District and Hillingdon Natural History Societies. The gates will be open at 2 pm and the event will close at 5 pm. This is an opportunity to walk around the reserve, have  a tea/coffee and a chat. Free event - no charge
* Tuesday 23 April 2019 Stanmore Marsh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Wonderful Wild Flowers. Come and learn about the importance of wild flowers to wildlife. Plant wild flowers and make seed balls to take home. Suitable for accompanied children between 6 and 11. Meet close to the children's playground, look for the gazebo. £4 charge per child, adults free. Click here to book.
* Thursday 25 April 2019 Pear Wood 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Claire Abbott Bluebell walk in Pear Wood. Meet at the Wood Lane entrance to Pear Wood. Leaders Claire Abbott and Rosemary Etheridge, tel. 020 8954 0439 or 07410933370 . Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members.
  Saturday 27 April 2019 Stanmore Country Park 11:00AM - 1:00PM John Hollingdale Guided walk - bluebells and butterflies. Free event - no charge. 
* Sunday 28 April 2019 Wood Farm 4.20am - 7am Simon Braidman Dawn chorus and breakfast at Wood Farm. £5 charge per person.
* Thursday 02 May 2019 Stanmore Common 8.30pm - 10.30pm Simon Braidman Going Batty. An evening walk for our flying furry friends. Bring torches and bat detectors if you have them. £5 charge per person.
  Saturday 04 May 2019 Rayner's Lane 10.30am - 1.30pm Simon Braidman A 3 mile walk looking at the wildlife and local history of  Rayner's Lane. Please bring water and sunhat, dogs welcome. Meet outside Rayner's Lane Tube Station.  Free event - no charge. 
* Saturday 04 May 2019 Bentley Priory 10:30 AM-12:30 PM Rosemary Etheridge Identifying Wild Flowers and Using a Key. Meet at the new Centre at the top of Masefield Avenue. We will be looking at flowers at the site. Leaders: Rosie Etheridge, Margaret Huitson and other participants.  Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members.
  Friday 10 May 2019 Stanmore Country Park 9PM - 11PM John Hollingdale Moth night - we will gather round a UV lamp and see what comes in. No moths are harmed and all are released after identification. Please bring dark glasses to protect your eyes from the UV lamp. Free event - no charge. 
* Saturday 18 May 2019 Pear Wood 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Claire Abbott Tree Walk. A gentle stroll through this ancient  woodland reserve looking at our native trees (and some others) including spectacular veterans many hundreds of years old. Meet at 2 pm inside the gate on Wood Lane. Leaders Claire Abbott and Rosemary Etheridge. 020 8954 0439 or 07410933370 . Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members.
* Thursday 23 May 2019 Roxbourne Rough 10:30 AM-12:30 PM Rosemary Etheridge Walk for flowers, birds, insects etc. Meet beside No 2 Stirling Avenue off of Cannon Lane. Leader Rosie Etheridge 07410933370. Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members.
* Monday 27 May 2019 Stanmore Marsh 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Happy Hoverflies. Family event. Come and learn all about hoverflies. Make a hoverfly lagoon and observe these tiny pollinators in action. Meet close to the children's playground, look for the gazebo. £4 charge per child, adults free.
* Tuesday 28 May 2019 Pinner Village Gardens 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Please the Bees. This is a fun educational event suitable for families. Learn all about bees, make your own crafty bee, a home for solitary bees and wild flower seed balls. Take them home and make somewhere close to you bee friendly! Meet close to the childrens playground, look for the gazebo. £4 charge per child, adults free.
* Thursday 30 May 2019 Grimsdyke Hotel 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Jane Skelly Bee/Pollinator walk. Meet in the front car park. Leaders  Jane Skelly and John Hollingdale 07762310509. Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members.
  Thursday 30 May 2019 Newton Farm 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Please the Bees. This is a fun educational event suitable for families. Learn all about bees, make your own crafty bee, a home for solitary bees and wild flower seed balls. Take them home and make somewhere close to you bee friendly! Meet near the stone circle at the centre of the park, look out for the gazebo. Free event - no charge.
* Friday 31 May 2019 Harrow Weald Recreation Ground 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Bug Hunt. This is a fun educational event suitable for families with children 5 and over. Come and learn all about the bugs and beetles in our park. Make a crafty bug from natural materials and discover ways that you can support bug life at home. £4 charge per child, adults free.
* Saturday 01 June 2019 Wood Farm 10:30 AM-12:30 PM Rosemary Etheridge  Identifying Wild Flowers and Using a key. Meet at the Old Dairy on Wood Lane. We will be looking at flowers at the site. Leaders: Rosie Etheridge, Margaret Huitson and other participants. Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members.
  Saturday 08 June 2019 Stanmore Common 10.30am - 1.30pm Simon Braidman Photographing Nature. Free event - no charge. 
* Monday 10 June 2019 Wood Farm 7:30 AM-9:30 PM Margaret Huitson Evening walk. Meet at the Old Dairy on Wood Lane. Leaders Brian Hunter and Margaret Huitson  07762310509. Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members.
  Saturday 22 June 2019 Stanmore Common 10.30pm - 12.30pm Simon Braidman The Spiders of Stanmore Common. A look at the spiders that colonise this fabulous nature reserve. Free event - no charge. 
  Saturday 29 June 2019 Stanmore Country Park 10:30AM - 12:30PM John Hollingdale Guided walk - summer butterflies. Free event - no charge. 
  Saturday 29 June 2019 Newton Farm 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Butterflies. Butterflies are fascinating creatures which have been on the planet for at least 130 million years. Come and watch them in action; learn amazing facts; make your own crafty butterfly and discover ways you can encourage them at home. This is a fun educational event suitable for families. Meet near the stone circle at the centre of the park, look out for the gazebo. Free event - no charge.
* Sunday 30 June 2019 Pinner Village Gardens 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Butterflies. Butterflies are fascinating creatures which have been on the planet for at least 130 million years. Come and watch them in action; learn amazing facts; make your own crafty butterfly and discover ways you can encourage butterflies at home. Family event: £4 charge per child, adults free.
  Saturday 06 July 2019 Stanmore Marsh 9am - 2pm Simon Braidman Plant Survey Techniques at Stanmore Marsh.  Plus nice food at Canons Café. Meet outside Canons Park  Tube Station. Free event - no charge. 
  Saturday 13 July 2019 Wood Farm 10am - 1.30pm Simon Braidman Water testing and soil testing at Wood Farm Nature Reserve. Free event - no charge. 
  Thursday 25 July 2019 Newton Farm 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Pond dipping. Event for children 5 years and over. There are all sorts of amazing and essential creatures living in our ponds. They are the water equivalent to lions, cheetahs and antelopes. Come and learn all about them. Create your own pond scene to take home. Free event - no charge.
* Friday 26 July 2019 Stanmore Common 10.00am - midday Caroline Nathanson Den Building event for children seven years and up on Stanmore Common Local Nature Reserve. This is a Harrow Nature Heroes event by Get Into Nature. Please bring water and sunhat, dogs welcome. £5 charge per person.
* Saturday 27 July 2019 Stanmore Common 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Den Building. Learn how to make shelters from woodland materials. How would you survive in the woods? This is a fun educational event suitable for children over eight. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. £4 charge per child, adults free.
  Thursday 01 August 2019 Fryent Country Park 8.30pm - 10.30pm Simon Braidman 2 events in 1.  Bat walk and moth trapping at Fryent County Park. All moths released afterwards! Meet in the Car Park off Fryent Way on Western side  HA9 9LN  (TQ 19588 87698). Free event - no charge. 
* Thursday 01 August 2019 Grimsdyke Hotel 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Jane Skelly Bee/Pollinator walk. Meet in the front car park. Leaders  Jane Skelly and John Hollingdale 07762310509. Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members.
  Monday 05 August 2019 Fryent Country Park 10.30pm - midday Simon Braidman A short walk looking at butterflies in the grasslands and hedgerows of this lovely site. Nets will be provided, if you have nets and pots of your own please bring them.  Meet in the Car Park off Fryent Way on Western side  HA9 9LN  (TQ 19588 87698). Free event - no charge. 
  Thursday 08 August 2019 Newton Farm 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Harrow's Nature Heroes Natural magic. From seeds to spiders, nature does extraordinary things. Come and discover some miracles of nature and create your own natural collage. This is a fun educational event suitable for families.  Meet near the stone circle at the centre of the park, look out for the gazebo. Free event - no charge.
* Monday 12 August 2019 Bentley Old Vicarage 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Jane Skelly Evening walk at Bentley Old Vicarage Reserve and All Saints Churchyard. Meet in the car park at the Blackwell Hall for a natural history and bat walk followed by refreshments at The Leefe Robinson. Leader Jane Skelly. Contact 07801481304. Harrow Natural History Society event free to non-members.
  Thursday 22 August 2019 Aberford park, Borehamwood 7.45pm - 9pm Simon Braidman Night safari.  A search for spiders, moths and bats. Please bring a torch and a bat detector if you have one. Meet in the Car Park of Aberford Park Community Centre off Brook Road  WD6 1PF (TQ19278 97319). Free event - no charge. 
  Friday 23 August 2019 Stanmore Country Park 9:00PM - 11:00 PM John Hollingdale Moth night - we will gather round a UV lamp and see what comes in. No moths are harmed and all are released after identification. Please bring dark glasses to protect your eyes from the UV lamp. Free event - no charge. 
* Wednesday 28 August 2019 Lady Gilbert's Orchard 7.45pm - 9pm Simon Braidman Going Batty at Grimsdyke and Gilbert's Orchard. An evening walk for our flying furry friends. Bring torches and bat detectors if you have them. Meet in the Hotel Car Park HA3 3SH  TQ14197 92883. £5 charge per person.
* Monday 09 September 2019 Blackwell Hall 8:00PM-10:00PM Margaret Huitson A Brief History of Slime. A talk on slime moulds by Jane Skelly. Harrow Natural History Society event: £2 for non-members
  Saturday 21 September 2019 Lady Gilbert's Orchard 10.30am to 2pm Simon Braidman Practical Help for Gilbert's Orchard.  Meet in the Hotel Car Park HA3 3SH  TQ14197 92883.  Free event - no charge. 
  Saturday 28 September 2019 Stanmore Country Park 10.30pm - midday Simon Braidman Walk looking at nuts, berries and medicinal plants. Free event - no charge. 
  Sunday 29 September 2019 Stanmore Common 10.30am to 2pm Caroline Nathanson Family practical work day, suitable for children ten years and up accompanied by a responsible adult. Please bring a packed lunch and wellie boots.  Free event - no charge, but booking essential: contact Caroline.
  Tuesday 01 October 2019 Harrow Weald Common 6.30pm to 8.30pm  Simon Braidman Bat walk. Meet in Old Redding Car Park TQ14339 92588. Free event - no charge. 
  Saturday 05 October 2019 Wood Farm dawn to 3pm Simon Braidman The BIG DRAW in Wood Farm and Pear Wood. Come and draw landscape, the fantastic views over london, conservation in action, invertebrates and small mammals Refreshments provided. Free event - no charge. 
  Saturday 26 October 2019 Stanmore Common 10.30am - 12.30pm Simon Braidman Fungus Foray 1.   A search for fungi of all kinds. Free event - no charge. 
  Saturday 02 November 2019 Woodcock Hill Nature Reserve, Borehamwood 10.30am - 12.30pm Simon Braidman Fungus Foray 2.   A search for fungi of all kinds. Meet in Carrington Road, opposite the reserve. WD6 2HF (TQ19791 99581). Free event - no charge.