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There are currently around 100 members of the Eurobodalla Natural History Society.  They range in experience from beginners to those who have spent a lifetime observing nature.  The interests of the group cover all aspects of the natural environment and include birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, marine life, plants and insects, including butterflies, moths, beetles, bugs, dragonflies, damselflies and spiders.


The objectives of the ENHS are to foster and encourage the study, enjoyment and conservation of the natural environment and arrange indoor meetings and field excursions to these ends.  It encourages and trains members in the keeping of records of the wildlife of the area, prepares reports of these records, and liaises with other societies, organisations and individuals with similar interests, on matters of natural history and conservation.

New members are welcome.

Annual membership is due in January and rates are $20 single and $30 family.  Rates are calculated pro rata from July of each year, so if you join in July, membership rates are half of the annual fee.

To join, please print out the membership form in the link below, add your details and send it with your payment to ENHS Treasurer, P.O. Box 888, Moruya, NSW, 2537.  If you wish to pay electronically please email the form click here by email.

All membership enquiries should be directed to the Secretary –  click here to contact by email.

ENHS New Membership Form


To renew your membership, please print out the renewal form in the link below, add your details and send with payment to ENHS Treasurer, P.O. Box 888, Moruya, NSW, 2537.

ENHS Membership Renewal Form 2018