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Field Meetings


Field meetings are held on the fourth Sunday and most second Saturdays of the month, from February to November.  They provide an opportunity for members to meet with one another, develop skills in identifying various aspects of the natural environment, and discover the local area.  While birds are a focus, the interests of the group include mammals, insects, reptiles, frogs, plants and fungi.

Walks are generally of an easy grade and include beach, coastline, forest and rainforest habitats.  Saturday meetings start at 2pm and generally finish between 4 and 4.30pm.  Sunday meetings start at 9am and finish around lunch time.

What to bring to field meetings?  Binoculars, water, a hat, sunscreen and insect repellent are recommended.  As some meetings involve long walks and tracks can be uneven, it is suggested that good walking shoes are worn.  Sunday meetings generally finish with lunch and a chat, so bring some food and a chair.

Visitors are welcome.  Members and visitors will be asked to sign a Registration Form, which is an acknowledgement of risks and obligations.

Please contact Julie Morgan on 0457 637 227 or click here to email regarding field meetings.


Field meetings for 2020:

Due to the deastating bushires in our shire, we will not be issuing a field meeting program at this time. 

Field meeting details for February are in the latest newsletter and will be confirmed with members closer to the time by email.

If you are not a member and would like details, please contact Julie Morgan (contact details above).


Field Meeting Reports are written by members from time to time and will be posted here.  Just click on the titles below, then click on the PDF file link on the page that appears:


Jemisons Point field trip report

PAN-BOOLA field meeting

Field Meeting, Cullendulla

ENHS Field Meeting, Comerang

ENHS Field Meeting, Broulee Island

ENHS Field Meeting, Wagonga Inlet

ENHS Field Meeting, Monga National Park

ENHS Field Meeting, Durras

ENHS Field Meeting, Wallaga Lake

Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens