The Eurobodalla Natural History Society, based on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia, was established in 1986. There are currently around 100 members whose interests range from birds, mammals, insects and marine life to plants and fungi.
The group holds Field Meetings on the fourth Sunday and most second Saturdays of the month, from February to November. These meetings are essentially bird watching walks, although all aspects of nature are explored. The walks are generally of an easy grade and include forest, rainforest, beach and coastline habitats. Visitors are welcome.
The Eurobodalla Natural History Society encourages the collection of information on local nature. Many of its members keep records which are collated into a database, and every two months, highlights are published in a newsletter. All records are summarised into the annual publication Nature in Eurobodalla which is available for purchase from the society.
To contact the Society click here to email the Secretary.