Amphibian and Reptile Conservation carries out a variety of national and regional projects. We also organises campaigns to develop specific work areas. This might be to highlight an important conservation issue, or to encourage public participation.
The pool frog reintroduction project forms part of the Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership Scheme for Norfolk and Suffolk Brecks.Read more
Gems in the Dunes is a project on the Sefton Coast and is part of a wider programme called “Back from the Brink”.Read more
ARC has started a new project in Scotland, called Great Crested Newt Detectives, with the help of funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).Read more
The aim of this project is to further our knowledge of smooth snake distributions in the New Forest National Park by carrying out surveys for the species.Read more
This project is re-engaging the people of South Wales with the natural environment, providing them with opportunities to make a positive difference to the declining wildlife on their doorstep.Read more
Have you seen a snake in your garden this summer? Please let us know!Read more
Take simple steps to encourage frogs, toads, newts, snakes and lizards into your garden!Read more