Welcome we are a group of like minded people you enjoy exploring nature and the natural world. We have regular outings and meetings where new people are welcome to attend, to find out more click here.

 

Please note:

We are starting to resume normal activities but due to COVID-19 restrictions to inhibit any community spread of the virus, we have to do things differently including:

  • Restricting numbers at any one event by booking in to attend through event leaders
  • Observing social distancing within activities, and registering attendance, even in field settings
  • Following hygiene measures including using own hand sanitiser, not coughing near others etc
  • Being prepared to stay at home if we have any symptoms that could be Covid virus
  • Keeping ourselves updated through website/emails in case we have to cancel our Events

Lirabenda Endowment Fund Research Grants

Do you have a great research project on the South Australian Environment but need funding?

We are accepting applications for the 2022 LEF Grant round. The closing date for applications is Monday, 17th January 2022.

The guidelines and application form can be downloaded from our Awards and Grants page by following the link below.

Click here for more information and to download the application form

Events

*COVID CONDITIONS:   

  • Please bring and wear a mask in the building during the meeting unless you have a reason you can’t wear a mask.
  • Maximum number of people attending the meeting will be 40.
  • Please register your intended attendance by sending a text message to Janet Pedler on 0438 884 384 by Wednesday morning to ensure we do not go over limit and have to turn members away.

FNSSA Annual General Meeting: Wednesday 8th December, 2021

Our final meeting for the year will be held on the evening of Wednesday  8th December in the Royal Society Room, SA Museum

You are welcome to share your observations of nature, as stories, photos or videos in this special members meeting. Its nearly holidays and 7.45 is not too late, so it would be great if our younger field naturalists come and share their observations too.