It is our great pleasure to invite all members and guests to the September AHS meeting on the 27th of September.
We will be hosting Alex Dudley who joined the Australian Herpetological Society at 12 years of age back in 1977, and in spite of moving away from Sydney and spending much of his time in remote localities has generally been pretty good at maintaining his membership. Alex works as an environmental educator, fauna surveyor (specialising in reptiles and amphibians) and has been employed part time by the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service as a Discovery Ranger since 1990. Alex uses his photography, poetry and deep knowledge of Australian wildlife to engage people with this part of our fauna that many folks are ignorant about. Alex lives in Coolatai NSW, with his partner Jane.
Alex will talk a little about his early experience with the AHS and then go on to talk about amphibian and reptile encounters with a camera, and the ethos of “in situ” photography.
We hope to see many faces once again