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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

Amphibians feature in major garden wildlife survey

17th April 2914 Amphibian and Reptile Conservation has worked with the RSPB to assess the state of frogs and toads in… Find out more...

Male frog in garden pond © Jim Foster

Research reveals promising new method for newt surveys

31st March 2014 ARC has been working with Freshwater Habitats Trust and partners to trial a novel newt survey method. The… Find out more...

Great created newt © Chris Dresh

Abstraction Reform - your chance to comment!

13th Mar 2014 The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) have produced their consultation on abstraction reform ‘Making… Find out more...

water droplet

Amphibian Dermocystids - we need your help!

10th Mar 2014 In 2006, a relatively new and unknown amphibian pathogen was found to be plaguing the palmate newt population… Find out more...

Infected newt @ Zoological Society of London

Sefton Coast Management

4th Mar 2014 During 17th-23rd February, 2014 scrub management was continued on priority sites to ensure that sites supporting sand lizard… Find out more...

Sefton Coast Management

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