History

Founded in 1949, the AHS is the first natural history society in Australia devoted specifically to herpetology.

Meetings

Meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of every month in Sydney, and are open to all.

Field Trips

The AHS conducts regular field trips in the warmer months of the year, and are for members only.

Publications

We are a member of the (AAHS) which provides publications such as the Herpetofauna Journal.

2 days ago

The Australian Herpetological Society

What a beauty!
You donโ€™t see these available very often.
Calico Blackheaded python[SOLD]

Check out this beautiful calico blackheaded python. Adult female, 5 years old.

EOI - email hawkesburyreptiles@gmail.com. Serious enquiries only.
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What a beauty! 
You donโ€™t see these available very often.
Calico Blackheaded python

 

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Noelle van Laun beautiful snek

Eh.. not a fan of morph breeding, the black headed python has a black head for important reasons and a wild-type definitely looks more stunning then these guys lol. Interesting from a genetics PoV though I guess.

She looks like a half peeled banana. Very unique.

Almost identical to the 1st Calico BHP I breed nearly 30 years ago. Probably related to my girl as I sold over 60 of her young into the nobby

Gorgeous

Awesome

No thanks! That's putrid

troy brommie

Kaylan Bruton-Waite

Beyond words!!!

Chris Channells wow stunning

Thomas Leyshon

Jake Cullen

Josh Sharma

Next: woma with a black head.

WOW !

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$$$

Lori Anderson

Brad Taylor

BADASS

How the hell

Wooow Rebecca Booth ๐Ÿ˜ณ

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3 days ago

The Australian Herpetological Society

Another excellent AGM at the AHS!

Thank you to Mitch Hodgson for the very informative talk about reptile keeping and set ups. The audience no doubt will go home tonight thinking about how they can improve the wellbeing of their animals and aesthetic appeal of their enclosures.

Congratulations to the committee for your nominations and to the raffle and auction winners. Those there tonight picked up their hot off the press Red Bellied Courier. Be looking for yours in the mail soon.

See you next month at the next meeting!
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Another excellent AGM at the AHS! 

Thank you to Mitch Hodgson for the very informative talk about reptile keeping and set ups.  The audience no doubt will go home tonight thinking about how they can improve the wellbeing of their animals and aesthetic appeal of their enclosures.  

Congratulations to the committee for your nominations and to the raffle and auction winners.  Those there tonight picked up their hot off the press Red Bellied Courier.  Be looking for yours in the mail soon. 

See you next month at the next meeting!

 

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Great talk going to redo my geckos space now :) just realised I didn't watch that other gecko shirt go up I hope I didn't miss a golden tail shirt!!!

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Library

The society maintains a large library of reptile and amphibian related books, whichย are available on loan to financial members. To borrow these please contact the AHS Librarian.


Discounts

The AHS exclusively offers members and their families one free visit annually to the Australian Reptile Park at Somersby NSW, Symbio Wildlife Park at Helensburgh NSW and National Zoo and Aquarium Canberra on presentation of their membership card. This will be punched on entry on the specific symbol for each park. Please note, the multi park pass offer is for a family of 2 adults and 2 children (children's age limits as per the individual park's entry requirements). Memberships expire at the end of April each year.

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Our Next Meetings

June2019

August2019

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