|". . . to further the study of Natural History in all its branches"
Ringwood Field Naturalists Club Inc.Founded in 1961, The RFNC is a group of people who enjoy learning about nature. The Club provides a friendly and informal place for people to explore, learn and share their interest in Australian Natural History. We enjoy getting together, having a walk and learning about the myriad of things that exist around us. The Club caters to all areas of Natural History by having a varied programme - we don't specialise in just one or two areas of nature. At our monthly meeting, we have presenters giving talks on wide-ranging topics. Our monthly excursions and twice-yearly weekends away are spread across Victoria, giving the opportunity to explore new areas. The Club provides a place for anyone interested in Natural History to meet new people with similar interests. Whether you're interested in birdwatching, learning more about plants, or exploring native orchids, the Ringwood Field Naturalists Club is sure to have something to offer. The Club has:
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Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd - RFNC Autumn Weekend Away to Traralgon Leaders: Jenny & David Williams
Wednesday 13th - Meeting at Federation Estate Speaker: Shannon Hurley "Getting to know the Great Southern Reef in Victoria"
Wednesday 10th - Meeting at Federation Estate Speaker: Daniel Flaim "Biodiversity and conservation in Maroondah”
Saturday 13th - Noojee Leaders: Inta & Roger Needham Meet at Glen Nayook at 9.30 am then lunch at Noojee and afternoon at Toorongo Falls. (Melway Map 928 B5)
Friday 19th to Monday 22nd - SEANA Autumn Weekend Away to Phillip Island Host Club: FNC Victoria Further details at meetings