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General Information

The Michigan Society of Herpetologists (MSH) is a non-profit organization dedicated to member and non-member education about and conservation of reptiles and amphibians.


Resources

  • Exchange Newsletter List-MSH has newsletters from the organizations on this list. Members can request and view copies at the Membership meetings.

  • MSH Library List- Coming Soon!!!


Membership Information

Junior Membership: ($12 Annually)

A Membership that is restricted to persons under 17 years of age and includes all individual membership rights with the exception of voting and holding office. As a Junior Member you will be able to partipate in our Junior Herpetologist Program. To Join the Junior Program fill out the information below and click on the buy now button or to mail in a form click on the link at the bottom of this page

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Individual Memberhsip: ($15 Annually)

A Membership that allows one person the membership privileges of voting, monthly newsletters and meetings, members rates at MSH functions, free classified ads, and library use. To Join as an individual fill out the information below and click on the buy now button or to mail in a form click on the link at the bottom of this page

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Family Membership: ($20 Annually)

A Membership that includes membership rights (see individual membership) for all family members at one mailing address (one newsletter per month). Voting priveleges are restricted to a maximum of two family members 17 years of age or older. To Join as a Family fill out the information below and click on the buy now button or to mail in a form click on the link at the bottom of this page

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Organizational Membership: ($30 Annually)

A Membership that provides membership rights to two individuals from the organization, one newsletter per month mailed to the organization, and a free business card ad placed in newsletter and on the website. To Join as an Organization fill out the information below and click on the buy now button or to mail in a form click on the link at the bottom of this page

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Sponsorship Membership: ($100 Annually)

A Membership that is an upgrade to any of the above memberships. This membership has all the rights of a family membership or an Organizational membership depending on whether or not the sponsor is an organization or a family. This membership provides additional support for the many programs the society does throughout the year. By being a sponsorship member the member is entitled to a free T-shirt of the latest design each year they renew as a sponsor. To Join as a Sponsor fill out the information below and click on the buy now button or to mail in a form click on the link at the bottom of this page

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Meeting Information

MSH holds its general meetings alternately in the cities of Lansing and Grand Rapids. Meetings are generally held at least quarterly on the third or fourth Saturday or Sunday of the month. (Check the Calendar to be sure.) Meetings are open to the public and the society encourages anyone with an interest in herpetology to attend.

Directions to Meeting Locations

John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids (links to Yahoo Maps)

The John Ball Zoo is located at the corner of Fulton and Valley (1300 W. Fulton), two miles west of downtown Grand Rapids, with easy access from I-196 and US-131. Meetings are held in the lower level of the pavilion, located near the parking lots and outside of the perimeter fence of the zoo.

Only MSH Members may bring LIVE ANIMALS TO MEETINGS!

Fenner Nature Centerin Lansing

The Fenner Nature Center, 2020 E. Mt. Hope Avenue, is at the corner of Aurelius Rd and Mt. Hope Ave, east of Pennsylvania Ave.

From I-496 in Lansing: take exit 7, Cedar St-Larch St/Pennsylvania Ave. exit; keep left at the fork in the ramp, take the Pennsylvania Ave ramp; take Pennsylvania Ave south to Mt. Hope; turn left (east); go past a cemetery; cross Aurelius; Fenner is immediately to the right.

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