NERAG was set up in the Autumn of 2007 by members of staff from the EYE project based at the Hancock museum in Newcastle upon Tyne and several other people with a passion for herpetofauna.
The principle aims of NERAG are to identify and record existing and new populations of herpetofauna throughout the North East. These records are accessible to those with an interest in wildlife management, habitat enrichment and conservation as well as developers, land owners and the general public.
If you're interested in joining, come along to one of our monthly meeting or enquire about our field trips and how to get involved with the constant effort surveys. Email any enquiries to; firstname.lastname@example.org
The meeting will be held on Wednesday 26th (thats today) at Rainton meadows, there will be a committee meeting at 6:45 and the talk to follow
Posted on Wednesday 26th January, 2011
Well guys if you reading this, then we would love to welcome you to the NERAG official website, here we will keep you posted of upcoming events and meetings, giving you locations and times for the start.
Out of hibernation
Posted on Sunday 23rd January, 2011
Good news for herp fans, the first meeting of NERAG for over a year was a great success, with plenty of ideas from the committee members and the appointment of a new chairman/woman/person (to be politically correct). Welcome Rachel Jackson.
Hopefully as your reading this that means the website is up and running and you can also keep abreast of the situation via our new leaflets and come and join our monthly talks over those cold winter months where plans for the summer activities will undoubtedly come about.