Breaking New Ground – Pool Frog Reintroduction Project

The pool frog reintroduction project forms part of the Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership Scheme for Norfolk and Suffolk Brecks.Read more

GIS & spatial modelling

At ARC we use Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and statistical approaches to model at both the landscape and national scales.Read more

National Amphibian and Reptile Recording Scheme

Coordinated by ARC; the National Amphibian and Reptile Recording Scheme (NARRS) is an umbrella for a number of recording projects.Read more

Targeted surveys for natterjack toads

Help with targeted surveying of natterjack toads using Living RecordsRead more

Snake Genebank

Send in snake sloughs (shed skins) and help to build up a ‘Snake Genebank'Read more

General survey protocols

This page contains general advice on the design, execution and analysis of amphibian and reptile surveys for a range of scales and purposes.Read more

Technical reports

ARC staff work on a range of scientific and technical projects to help conserve amphibians and reptiles.Read more

Reintroductions and captive breeding

We work with government, wildlife charities, landowners, scientists and others when we undertake reintroductions.Read more

Saving species: Smooth snakes

ARC is currently finalising the Species Action Plan, monitoring and re-introduction plans to enhance the conservation status of this species.Read more

Gems in the Dunes

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