July 15 2024

Our next indoor meeting will be on Monday September 30 2024;
Alan Dixon - Wildlife photography with a local approach

Please note that this is subject to the completion of major work on the Friendship Hall; Check back here nearer the date

For Facebook users, there is now a private group for society members; it is intended for communication between you and the wildlife society; perhaps you would send details of local sightings or post some of your wildlife pictures; there is a (very discreet) link below.

Link to our Facebook page



Slow worm

Norfolk Hawker dragonfly

Green-veined White butterfly

Long Tailed Tit

The Aylsham & District Wildlife Society is open to all who have an interest in wildlife. We are a friendly club of amateur enthusiasts who meet once a month and have the occasional field excursion.

Where do we Meet ?
Friendship Hall, Cawston Road, Aylsham, NR11 6DS ; the Friendship Hall is run by Aylsham Older People's Association

Membership Fees :
Annual (April - March) : £20.00
Visitor : £5.00 per meeting.

How to join :
Just turn up at one of our meetings.Bring a membership form if you can.

When do we meet?
The last Monday of every month, at 7.30pm. from September to June.

Our Programme :
We try to arrange a range of wildlife topics related to Norfolk and its environs with the occasional talk of a worldwide flavour.

Support for Conservation Projects :
We raise funds to support projects of a local, national and international nature eg : Norfolk Wildlife Trust, R.S.P.B., Hawk & Owl Trust etc.

Contact us by e-mail


Roe Deer