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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation receives thousands of enquiries from the public each year and many of these are quite similar in nature. Before getting in touch with our Wildlife Information Service please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions where you may find the information you are looking for. Learn more

Inspiring the experts of tomorrow…

23rd Sept 2014 Earlier this month ARC staff (Gary Powell and James Anderson-Barr) took a group of students out to Parley… Find out more...

ZSL students on Parley Common © Gary Powell

Gardeners urged to help with Summer Snake Stock Take

Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) is calling on gardeners to help with an unusual request: have you spotted a snake… Find out more...

Grass snake in garden © Jim Foster

Communicating our research findings

31st Jul 2014 ARC is delighted to launch brand new sections on our website, opening up a wealth of research. We… Find out more...

Amphibian research @ Jim Foster

Partnership working to help our natterjacks

29th Jul 2014 Flintshire’s growing population of natterjack toads is on the move as a new site on the Dee Estuary… Find out more...

Partnership working to help our natterjacks in Flintshire icon © ARC / Flintshire CC

Good news for Sefton sand lizards!

19th Jun 2014 North Merseyside Amphibian and Reptile Group (NMARG) and other ARG UK volunteers are celebrating the successful creation of… Find out more...

Male dune race sand lizard © Pete Hill - icon

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