2019 AHS AGM + Tips, tricks, & insights to increase your reptile keeping enjoyment

  • May 22, 2019
  • Field Trips
  • 280 Pitt Street
Event Expired


May is the month we conduct our AGM, where the President’s Report & Financial Report will be presented. The incumbent committee will be dissolved & the new committee elected.

Nomination forms for the committee will be made available to all members ASAP. Please complete & return the nomination form prior to the meeting if you are nominating yourself or someone else for a position on the committee.

You must be a current financial member to be on the committee (don’t forget memberships expired end of April!)

The 2019 edition of the Red Bellied Courier is now also available & can be picked up on the night by financial members.

We will also be holding the annual auction with plenty of items available!


Guest Speaker: Mitchell Hodgson

Mitchell Hodgson is an enthusiastic reptile keeper that has kept and bred a wide variety of Australian native lizards. Mitchell’s primary interest was in keeping small dragon species, however over the years his keeping interests have expanded to geckos, skinks, varanids and snakes. His interest in keeping pet lizards ultimately led him to pursue a PhD focusing on lizard behaviour and physiology. Mitchell’s presentation will be a collection of thoughts and observations about keeping lizards (and maybe some snakes!). He’ll be sharing some of the more useful tips and tricks he’s come across so that keepers can get more enjoyment out of keeping their animals. Expect to hear about things like what underrated species make great captives, how to lessen your maintenance with bioactive enclosures and how to make things a little easier for yourself the keeper!