PhD on effects of climate change, disease and invasives on UK amphibians

PhD opportunity for an aspiring amphibian researcher working with the University of Plymouth, ZSL and ARC.Read more

Still time to save Britain’s amphibians and reptiles

ARC's response to The Living Planet Report 2018 from the World Wide Fund for NatureRead more

Halloween fun facts and myth-busting!

We’ve pulled together nine interesting Halloween-themed and myth-busting facts to help show that amphibans and reptiles are fascinating not frightening!Read more

Home-from-home for Britain’s rarest lizard

When Paul Hudson decided to move house he had an unusual requirement: he also needed a home for sand lizards.Read more

SAVE THE DATE for Herp Workers' Meeting 2019

Herpetofauna Workers’ Meeting 2019 will be held at Best Western Plus Stoke on Trent Moat House, Staffordshire on  the 9th & 10th February!Read more

‘Army’ of volunteers turn out for annual Scrub Bash

On 23rd Sept ARC staff along with over 40 volunteers converged onto Woolmer Forest, Hampshire to carry out habitat management work for the long term preservation of the natterjack toad.Read more

PhD on the decline of common toads in the UK

ARC are very pleased to be collaborating with the Universities of Wolverhampton and Salfordon on this exciting project on the decline of common toads in the UK .Read more

Farnham Heath sand lizard release on BBC Countryfile

On Tuesday 18th September eighty five captive bred sand lizard hatchlings were released onto RSPB Farnham Heath as part of ARC’s nationwide reintroduction programme .Read more

ARC at the Big Green Event 2018

ARC is pleased to be the Charity Partner of the Big Green Event in Southampton on 2nd October 2018.Read more

Heath fire at Ferndown Common

Large heath fire at Ferndown Common devastates local wildlifeRead more