The Royal Oak Nature Society membership season begins in September and ends the following August.
General Membership:It is free, and with it you get Nature Society schedule updates emailed to you at least once a month.
Associate Membership:It costs $5 per year and gets you the General membership benefit, along with four editions of our newsletter of “The Chinquapin” mailed or emailed to you.
Supporting Membership:It is $10 and up per year, and gets you the General and Associate membership benefits plus being listed as a Supporting Member in our newsletter.
Patron Membership:It is $50 and up per year and gets you the General and Associate membership benefits listed above, listed as a patron in our newsletter, two free tickets to our annual fundraiser that takes place in April and an invitation to our "Dream Cruise Picnic" that is held at Gunn Dyer Park (Chester & Hampton) the evening before the day of the Annual Woodward Dream Cruise.
To Become or Continue to be a Member:
To become or continue to be a Nature Society Associate, Supporting or Patron Member, please do one of the following:
1. If you are paying by check, please complete our fillable MEMBERSHIP FORM and send it, along with your check, to the Nature Society (address is shown on the form).
2. If you are paying with PayPal, credit or debit card, please fill out this MEMBERSHIP FORM and follow the instructions. Type the word “membership” on the payment form where it says, “Add special instructions to the seller.”
Please be sure to mark on the form if you want your newsletter sent by regular mail or to your email address. Newsletters sent by email have better print quality, and the pictures are in color.
To become a General Member, email us and let us know that you want to become a General Member, and include your name(s), complete street address and email address. You do not have to renew to continue being a General Member.
Donations are tax deductible.
For those who choose not to continue being members, you are still welcome to come to our monthly speaker programs as well as our nature walks. Those programs and walks are, and always will be, free to anyone who enjoys learning about nature.