Hi, welcome to Wildlife Society! We run events, such as virtual quizzes, screenings, socials and, covid permitting, field trips to varying zoological locations nearby and further afield! Our Facebook page is where we're most active, where members can share their wildlife knowledge and any news they find interesting, wildlife they find in their gardens and when out and a few themed baked goods, if they last long enough for a picture! We hope to meet you all soon!

Hi, welcome to Wildlife Society! We're an interactive society that run events like virtual quizzes, documentary and movie screenings, fun socials and (lockdown dependent) field trips.

Our Facebook page is where we're most active, where members can share their wildlife knowledge, news and photos. We chat about wildlife we find in our gardens and in the local area, and larger news too! We run online events and make themed baked goods - if they last long enough for a picture! We hope to meet you all soon! 

Some of our biggest events include Reptile Handling (with a term time handling course!), bird watching in the New Forest, taking part in surveying of mammals and the University Mammal Challenge and many trips to zoological parks like Marwell Zoo and museums like the Oxford Natural History Museum! We also do bug pinning, fossil hunting, terrarium making and plant swaps. 

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Wildlife Society this year are:

Grace Harrison-Tate
Botany Secretary
Raymond Price
Entomology Secretary
Kira Newbon
Ichthyology Secretary
Hannah Buck
Mammalogy Secretary
Katie Porter
Mycology Secretary
Beatrice Dodd
Ornithology Secretary
Connor Whelan
Palaeontology Secretary
Shane Gausden
Charlotte Thorpe
Sadie Potter
Social Secretary
Sophie Brown
Connor Whelan
Vice President

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Membership Information

These are the current membership fees offered by Wildlife Society, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.

You must be a member of the Students' Union to join a club or society
NameCostValid PeriodDetails
Year MembershipFREE20/09/2021 - 30/09/2022Become a member of Southampton Wildlife Society, with access to all our socials, trips, skills training, workshops and events. Free membership for 1 year - remember to renew each year!


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