The Cardiff Naturalists' Society is the longest established wildlife organization in the area having been formed in 1867.
In modern times it has been the premier place for people with a wide interest in all aspects of wildlife as it has the most varied programme
of indoor lectures and field meetings on offer of any local society.
Talks and field trips cover all aspects of Wildlife from Plants to Animals, Birds, the Environment and Geology.
With a mix of talks on local places in and around Cardiff and also the wider world. They are suitable for all levels of knowledge.
Time beforehand allows members to chat and socialise. At an annual Members evening allows members show their own slides and specimens in a highly informal and friendly setting
(see the activities pages for details on regular and current events)
Whatever your interests and level of expertise it offers you a warm welcome.
For more information please contact us on the details provided on the contact pages.
Privacy Statement: -
The Cardiff Naturalists' Society takes your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your membership.
We will hold your name, address, membership renewal status and if you provide it, your email address will use that to send you newsletters and reminders of events
that we are organizing or are involved with as a Society, or to remind you for membership renewal. This is only accessible by those council
members who perform the duties of membership secretary, treasurer and publicity.
We do not automatically process your information or share your information with any other groups or organizations.
You have the right, subject to proof of identity, to review and request removal or rectification of any information that we hold and
can do this via the membership secretary or publicity officer
Health & Safety: -
In line with best practise we have considered the risks that we have in our events and we have generic risk assessment documents and a means of reporting any incidents here. As you can see most of our events represent a low risk and nothing is expected that you would not encounter in any public talk or walk in the coutryside. Specific risks above these may be pointed out at the start of any event please listen carefully to the start of event briefing by the leader
CNS Health and safety policy and Risk Assessment
CNS incident report form
We are looking to get some of the content on this site translated into Welsh. The content would be sections as per the text to the left. If you are able to help us please contact us via the details on the contacts page