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The Snakes in the Heather project aims to learn more about the country’s most secretive reptile, and protect its dwindling habitats Read more
Helping Sefton Coast’s threatened sand dune wildlife Read more
Recording wildlife crimes in partnership with the Bat Conservation Trust Read more
Volunteer with Amphibian and Reptile Conservation!
Let us know which amphibians and reptiles you've seen
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation runs a series of training events designed both for volunteers and professional ecologists.
Major changes to the way Natural England regulates development impacts on great crested newts.
Guidance for UK amphibian fieldworkers
The Urban Heath Partnership launched ‘Operation Heathlands’ for 2017
Is the snake I've found an escaped pet? What to do if you find a non-native snake.
Frequently Asked Questions about... Spawn and Tadpoles!
Take simple steps to encourage frogs, toads, newts, snakes and lizards into your garden!