There are currently about 480 members of the Lundy Field Society, mostly in Britain but with others around the world. The society meets annually at its AGM which is usually held in Crediton, near Exeter, at the beginning of March. As well as society business there are talks on recent work on the island and an opportunity to meet other members.

Members often also meet on the island.

New members are always welcome - you can join here.

The LFS produces three publications which are distributed to members, a Newsletter in February, the Annual Report in the autumn and the Journal containing longer academic papers. The Journal is produced annually or biennially depending on contributions. The LFS promotes and publishes research on the island and members also carry out conservation-related work on the island.

If you have something to contribute, please contact the relevant editor.

Latest news

‍The new issue of the LFS bulletin 'Discovering Lundy' has been posted out to members today, so look out for your copy dropping through your letterbox next week!

The Lundy Company have announced the success of their urgent appeal that was launched in August. The LFS was able to make a donation of £10,000 to support the conservation work on the island in line with our charitable objectives. We recognised the impact the COVID-19 lockdown has had on Landmark's income from visitors to the island that we all care about so dearly and the potential impact on Lundy's long-term conservation work is a huge concern so we have donated to the appeal to support the Conservation Team and help them protect Lundy's unique wildlife. More details about the success of the appeal can be seen here.

The LFS held its first online AGM on Saturday 12th September following the postponement of the meeting in March. A total of 94 members joined us for a business meeting where the Officers gave their reports and the elections of Officers and Committee members took place.


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