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.

6 days ago

The Australian Herpetological Society

This Blue Tongue lizard will be a large enough meal to keep this Eastern Brown snake going till after winter... assuming he gets it down.🤞When brown snakes are babies they start feeding on small skink lizards and small frogs, as they grow the will feed on mice then rats, if they come across a blue tongue lizard then down the hatch it goes, snakes also like eating other snakes... video to follow ... See MoreSee Less

This Blue Tongue lizard will be a large enough meal to keep this Eastern Brown snake going till after winter... assuming he gets it down.🤞

 

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Zack Campbell

Befriend the brown snakes Annie Norman🙂

Nnnnnnoooooo poor bluey 😢 , I love both snakes and lizards but in this case I hope that snake gets a very bad tummy ache 😖

Matt Reischl

Breanna Joan

Strewth, that’s a mouth!

can it?

Nature is cool. Hope he got it down so the meal didn't go to waste!

Hope it chokes. Like my snakes. Love my lizards . Where's a Perentie when you want one .

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1 week ago

The Australian Herpetological Society

How’s this for a photo!
The king of lizards. The Komodo Dragon.
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Jaimi Raveneau 😃😍

Now that’s a perfect pet

Awesome 📸

These things are awesome!!!

Magnificent

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Library

The society maintains a large library of reptile and amphibian related books, which 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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