The British Herpetological Society

The Natterjack is the ebulletin of the BHS. It aims to provide members with information on all aspects of the society's activities and interests. It features sections on Herpetological research, The care of captive reptiles and amphibians, conservation information and updates on the work of the BHS itself. In short, whatever your herp-related interests, there will be something there for you.

Download Access:

  • Issues from the last 12 months can be downloaded when logged in as a BHS member.
  • Older issues are available for public download

pdf Issue 219 July 2019

25 downloads

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pdf Issue 218 February 2019

26 downloads

Subscription required

pdf Issue 217 November 2018

22 downloads

Subscription required

pdf Issue 216 (2) August 2018

226 downloads

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pdf Issue 216 June 2018

264 downloads

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pdf Issue 215 Autumn / Winter 2017

478 downloads

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pdf Issue 214 - Spring 2017

487 downloads

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pdf Issue 213 - December 2016

468 downloads

Open Access

pdf Issue 212 - June 2016

658 downloads

Open Access

Full Issue

pdf Issue 207 - July 2014

2558 downloads

Open Access

pdf Issue 206 - August 2013

2830 downloads

Open Access

pdf Issue 205 - February 2013

4828 downloads

Open Access

pdf Issue 204 - January 2012

4125 downloads

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pdf Issue 198 - 199 - July, August 2011

4986 downloads

Open Access

pdf Issue 196 - 197 -May, June 2011

3712 downloads

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pdf Issue 194 - 195 - March, April 2011

3430 downloads

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pdf Issue 192 - 193 - January, February 2011

3757 downloads

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pdf Issue 190 - 191 - November, December 2010

4432 downloads

Open Access

pdf Issue 187-189 - August, September, October 2010

2964 downloads

Open Access

pdf Issue 184 - 186 - May, June, July 2010

5135 downloads

Open Access

Submissions:

We really want to hear from our members. If you have something you want to write about - a holiday or field trip, your views on herp-related issues, some local conservation work or simply information on the care of a favourite reptile or amphibian pet - then send it through to the editor at .