Amphibian and Reptile Conservation is working to conserve the habitats on which our species depend, whether by managing important sites directly or influencing policy to protect them.
Our amphibians and reptiles occupy a wide range of habitats, from undisturbed heathland to highly urban gardens. Follow the links below to find out more about each habitat type:
Saltmarshes provide ideal foraging habitat for natterjack toads.Read more
Lowland dry heath is, on a global scale, more rare than tropical rainforest.Read more
Ponds and scrapes provide very important amphibian breeding sites and are used by all our native amphibians.Read more
Coastal sand dunes provide one of the best habitats in Britain for the natterjack toad.Read more
SuDS are created to manage water in a more environmentally sensitive way than traditional drainage schemes.Read more
There are a great many other habitats which are used by our amphibian and reptiles.Read more