We meet on Wednesdays at 7.30pm - see "Where do we meet?" for the exact venue and a map. Various social functions are organised, the atmosphere is informal, and tea and biscuits are served. We show slides or have guest speakers most nights. If you can give a presentation or have ideas, please contact the Social Convenor via the Contact Us page. Please note that formalities start at 8:00pm sharp, and if there is a guest speaker, he/she will start at 8:15 pm sharp. Other social occasions and trips are arranged at various times. Come along!

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Previously 3 CTC trips to Lake Nerine had been cancelled due to bad weather. This time, Mother Good Weather beamed down on the team of Barry, John, Lorraine, Liz, Monika, Emma and Josh and they enjoyed fab weather and made it to Lake Nerine. The team have some great photos of their trip to share with us tonight.
Unfortunately our advertised speaker, Lorraine Johns, can't make tonight, but she will be talking on March 13th. So tonight we'll process the newsletter as usual and we'll have a laptop and projector set up for members to show any photos from recent trips, so bring a USB drive or your own computer.
Tonight SRS secretary Marie Gray is talking on recent happenings in the Society. She'll cover land purchases on the Port Hills, and the success of their Port Hills predator trapping programme.
Stephen Horn is DOC's Invercargill-based Project Manager for the eradication of mice on the sub-Antarctic Antipodes Islands, nick-named "Million Dollar Mouse" project. Tonight he's talking about this successful eradication which took a number of years, and if time he'll cover the most recent eradication project which is on the Auckland Islands,
It's A.G.M. time folks... more info on positions available nearer the time. There'll be plenty of time for chat and refreshments as well as the A.G.M. because we'll so efficient!