Doors Open days is on 18th and 19th September and the PSNS Library will be open to welcome visitors. A part of the PSNS collection of over 5000 Natural History publications will be on display as well as selected volumes Continue reading Doors Open Day and PSNS Library
A mind-bending photograph of an orangutan with the sky reflected in water has won first prize in the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2021 competition. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-57335458
We are pleased to announce that our Photographic Section, the Perthshire Photographic Society, are holding an online exhibition in association with the Perth Festival of the Arts, from now until June 20 2021. Read more about it and visit the Continue reading Perth Festival of the Arts: Photographic Section Exhibition
The video of Jennifer McKay’s talk can be seen by copying the link and pasting it into a browser:
The video of David Bowler’s talk is available.
The finalists for the Bird Photographer of the Year 2021 (BPOTY) competition have been chosen from more than 22,000 entries from 73 countries. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-56654460
Dear Member, This is a request for your thoughts and observations on how the world has changed locally since the 1980’s (or earlier) and/or how Covid has affected the pursuit of your interests and its impact on the natural world Continue reading 40 Years of Change and A Year of Covid – Share Your Thoughts
These are being reviewed by Council and will shortly be circulated to all members by email. The minutes and the associated reports are available, to members only, from the Secretary upon request.
On Friday 19 Feb 2021, our own Jeff Banks kick-started the first of a series of mini-Curious Minds lectures, on the subject of “A Bird Supersense” – studies into the Herbst corpuscules at the tip of wading birds’ beaks. The Continue reading Bird Supersense Recording Friday 19th Feb 2021
Photography in the PSNS – from Analogue to Digital Roben Antoniewicz (2021)
Living as I have done for over 25 years in Craigie above Clunie loch, my patch stretches from the Lunan Valley to the River Tay. I have taken part in many surveys, mainly for the BTO, and when at home Continue reading My Patch Over the Years