Finally, the news is out that 150 water voles have been released on the River Ver – into an area that they haven’t been seen in for over 30 years.
NOW FULL. Reserve list only. Tuesday 24th August 8pm – c10pm, meet 8.00pm on the bridge near Ye Olde Fighting Cocks. To book please email email@example.com to book your place.
Join Archaeologist and Pre-historian Wendy Morrison on a walk through 8000 years of human activity in a chalk stream valley and see what humans have made of the landscape. We’ll
Guest Speaker: Steve Brooks, Natural History Museum Entomologist and Riverfly Partnership Chairman – The Ecology and Biology of Riverflies MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME. Book your FREE place at our webinar
ALL WALKS FULLY BOOKED! Join us for an evening Mayfly walk as part of SustFest21 when you should get the chance to see the enigmatic mayfly dancing in clouds along
We’re always keen to encourage local St Albans schoolchildren to love their local #chalkstream. Recently we made this short film on the #RiverVer as an educational resource and to explain
Tuesday 23rd February at 7pm Having postponed the AGM in October the most practical way to proceed is to hold an online meeting to review the past year and fulfil
One for you, one for us! The Society has been putting up nest boxes for the birds along the River Ver for many years. Many of the smaller boxes for
The Ver Valley walks and the associated leaflets have proved very popular for lockdown exercise. Here’s a quick update on a few trouble spots to help you plan your next
See a recording of the talk here: https://vimeo.com/482209085 Archaeologist Dr Wendy Morrison, kindly agreed to present Beacons of the Past: 8000 years of human activity in a chalk landscape as an online webinar