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The government is poised to remove legal protection for some amphibians and reptiles. ARC’s Conservation Director, Jim Foster, attempts to explain an absurd situation and how ARC is opposing the move. Read more
ARC has teamed up with TV presenters Chris Packham and Iolo Williams to create a new fun and informative animated adder guide. Read more
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ARC staff and volunteers release juvenile sand lizards at Hurtwood in Surrey, as part of ARC’s ongoing captive breeding and reintroduction program
ARC’s Connecting the Dragons Project Officer, Mark Barber updates us on how the team have been working hard across South Wales to raise awareness of adders in a positive way.
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation runs a series of training events designed both for beginners, volunteers and professional ecologists.
Advice on what to do if you find a snake in your garden.
Take simple steps to encourage frogs, toads, newts, snakes and lizards into your garden!