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Welcome to Cumbria Amphibian and Reptile Group! (CARG)

 

As a volunteer run group our aims are to promote the conservation of our native reptiles and amphibians here in Cumbria. Improving the knowledge of the distribution of our native species, educate and increase awareness via surveys and practical conservation.

We are looking for members that would be interested in getting involved in local conservation and receiving training, surveying, attending talks and sharing knowledge and experiences.

As a group CARG offer the following opportunities 

We are available and qualified to give

  • ·School talks
  • ·Group presentations
  • ·Field trips

Training days carried out by expert ecologists

  • ·Identification skills
  • ·Species ecology
  • ·Methods of surveying
  • ·To help monitor our native amphibians and reptiles (non-licensed species only)

Social events

  • ·Walks and talks
  • ·Conferences
  • ·Presentations
  • ·Public events
  • ·Fundraising

The annual membership fee is £5  (free for under 16's).

To become a member send an email request to

cumbria.arg@gmail.com

Bank transfer details will be forwarded to you. 

You will receive a welcome email and login details to ARGWEB - in which the appropriate membership forms and voluntary forms will be required to be filled in for your membership.

As a member, you can be involved in -

Toad Patrols

Become a patrol manager of a registered road or a patroller to help to assist in helping our native common toad to their breeding ponds

Surveys

Contribute to the collection of data - building a picture of reptile and amphibian distribution within our county

Habitat Management

Practical ground management improving the quality of amphibian and reptile habitats

ARGWEB Management Software

Managing membership/ managing survey direction and reporting/sharing data info to land managers, owners, stakeholders

 

News

News

January to July Summary

Posted on Friday 8th July, 2022

Hello Everyone !

It has been a while since the news has been updated - my apologises!

Toad patrols

As a group we have been very busy starting in January and February with toad patrols up and down the county. Extremely important this year as COVID restrictions were lifted more vehicles were on the roads  ! 

Toad patrol Coordinator Matt Carr has compiled the following document with data for the last 3 years 

pdfSilverdale_and_Stainton_lane_toad_patrol_stats_2019_to_202274590.pdf

Outreach

An ongoing activity for the group - With articles on newts in Eden FM magazine  Eden Local Jan 22  and records and information forwarded on for entry in to the up coming publication of Birds and Wildlife in Cumbria.

Our Annual General Meeting (on line) was well attended in March. Topics of discussion included activities members would like with training in species identification, ecology and survey techniques being requested the most. Members do have the online tutorials at their disposal for more information please email us at cumbria.arg@gmail.com

We were honoured to be voted as a Nature Hero. Run by the Cumbria Wildlife Trust celebrating their 60 years of work. We were nominate for our voluntary work and contribution to Cumbrian wildlife and habitats - Read More Here 

The Cumbrian Biodiversity Data Centre Recorders Conference was well attended and CARG presented an update of surveys and records for the county. A copy of the presentation slides can be located following this link. CARG CBDC Conference

The beginning of June we joined with the Cumberland Bat Group and took part in Open Farm Sunday at Susan's Farm Houghton and the AONB Festival of Nature at Talkin Tarn - Both fantastic events in which children enjoyed craft activities and asking a lot of interesting questions ! A big thank you to our volunteers Lesley, Jude and David for all of their hard work !

CARG played a small part in the new Tullie House Exhibition "Once Upon a Planet " with adder ecology advice and CARG chair Suzie speaking about how others can help against Climate change.  The exhibition is now open to view Once Upon a Planet

 

 

Surveys and Training 

We have a continuation of surveys in our prime adder locations, Cliburn moss common lizard count, Finding Sanctuary surveys in Ambleside, Kirkbampton and Cartmell.

On line training modules are available for members and practical sessions to complement this are also run at regular intervals. 

One of our members very kindly offered her amazing ponds for an amphibian practical session. CARG  member Libby ran the session and all attendees are now equipped with the knowledge and experience to carry out a basic pond torch survey. (non licensed)..

Habitat Work

A group of CARG volunteers carried out pond work (removal of reeds) a community pond near Great Salkeld Penrith, hibernaculum's were also created for the range of amphibians living there to access.  

Our pond at St Pauls Church Holme Eden is coming on a treat with froglets now making their terrestrial journey in life  !

Fundraising

A big big thank you to all that entered our annual calendar competition, judges from ARG UK and Ashleigh for all her hard work pulling it together. We raised an amazing £164.17 for our funds which has gone towards the purchase of amphibian survey equipment for our volunteers. 

We will be running this again so keep taking your (non disturbance) images !!!

 

Upcoming Events 

Events upcoming include walks and talks at Foulshaw and a partial walk of the Ullswater Way (dates to be confirmed)

A joint social event with the Cumberland Bat Group. Camping, pond dipping and a bat walk and refreshments will be available for committee and members to get together (provisional date first weekend in September).

 

To record your sightings follow the To Record a Sighting  tab on our Website !

 


End of Year Update

Posted on Tuesday 28th December, 2021

Our final update before 2022 !

The last few months have been a hive of activity for the group with end of season surveys, habitat maintenance and creation, our annual calendar competition and this year we added Christmas cards to our online shop with equal success.

Networking 

As a group we have been very fortunate in working with some local groups:

Susan's Farm Houghton 

A working Care Farm two miles from Carlisle providing opportunities for learning and practical work experience.  A registered charity whose 

VISION is that people’s lives are transformed by working together in purposeful outdoor activity so they can reach their full potential. Click for more information Susan's Farm

Members visited and carried out habitat suitability index on several waterbodies across two areas which are in trust of Susan's Farm. During the visit Common frog and toad at different life stages were recorded. Members carried out some pond clearance at a later date and created hibernaculum's for amphibians. 

SF 1SF 2

St. Pauls Church 

Eden Wild Goose Nature Wildlife Pond

at St Paul's Holme Eden

December 2021 In partnership with The Cumbrian Amphibian and Reptile Group and The COOP Local Community Fund.

Eden Wild Goose Nature invited the Cumbria Amphibian and Reptile Group CARG to set up and run a survey in the grounds of St Paul’s Holme Eden church near Carlisle (CA4 8RF). Members of the local community were taught how to identify frogs, toads, newts and snakes. Following this, a six-week survey was managed by two members of the Eden Wild Goose initiative with the result that a frog and a toad were discovered in the private woodlands. In response EWG Nature decided to dig a small wildlife pond near where the amphibians were seen to work with nature and support biodiversity. The new pond was designed by CARG ready for the work to begin.

In early December 2021 a small team of four from CARG, two from Eden Wild Goose Nature and the local Member Pioneer from the COOP teamed up to complete phase 1 of the project. An area of 3mx3m was cleared to prepare for a pond liner to be set in the ground.

The funding for the project came from COOP Local Community Fund.

Thanks to all… from the amphibians and all the other water loving pondlife.

Graeme Skinner 

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For the above projects funding was gratefully received from the ARG UK 100% fund, this was to purchase equipment (refugia, PPE, ground tools) 

 

EPAS Environmental Protection and Appreciation Society (University of Cumbria Ambleside)

CARG visited students at the Ambleside campus, where we gave a presentation on local native amphibians and reptiles, an insight in to what we do as a group and how volunteering can benefit the conservation students studies. A fun informative talk with games !

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Calendar and cards

Our annual calendar competition was well received with many entries ! A big thank you ARG UK trustees for judging the winning images (not an easy task!)  

This year we also had Christmas cards for sale raising funds for ARG UK. A one off illustration in pen and watercolour from Suzies Artwork 

A further update will be announced on funds raised in due course 

And.....

there is still time to purchase via this link which takes you to our online shop CARG Online Shop

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 Ashleigh Toomey's (CARG Education Outreach) Dissertation presentation

Well done to Ashleigh on the presenting of her dissertation work on Natterjack toads !

Ash

Coming up in 2022

A brief outline of what we have planned for the start of  2022

January /February

Online courses - Identification, ecology, survey techniques for amphibians and reptiles, ARGWEB 

Online conferences - Herpetofauna Workers Meeting - Winter Symposium.  Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre Conference

Toad patrol information and patrols starting 

March

Practical training for members undertaking online courses 

Surveys start !

Numerous surveys in the following areas 

Ambleside/Windermere/Carlisle/Penrith/Kirkbride/Scottish Borders   

More information for members on the surveys available nearer the time 

Annual General Meeting CARG AGM date and venue to be confirmed 

So a lot of varied projects to get involved with and if you would like to become a member or if you would like more information about the group

Please email cumbria.arg@gmail.com 

 

All the best to our members and followers for the New Year

Best wishes

Suzie Collinson 

CARG Chairperson

ARG UK Trustee 

 

 

 


Summer Update

Posted on Wednesday 15th September, 2021

A busy and productive summer with events, surveys and records of amphibian and reptile sightings.

In June members visited Foulshaw moss. We explored different amphibian and reptile habitats and we got to see the different basking behaviours of Slow worms and Common lizards

FM slow wormsFM Common lizard

We also were invited to take part in Open Farm Sunday held at Susan's Farm Houghton Carlisle where we chatted to visitors about amphibians and reptiles, handed out information leaflets about what we do as a group and we also had games for people to partake in 

SF standSF pin tail

 

CARG also began supporting the Friends of the Lake District project "Dark Skies Cumbria" Click on link below to find out more about light impact on our amphibians 

Light pollutions impact on our native amphibians

 

We held a members day at Lakeland Wildlife Oasis - looking at their new reptile enclosures and their excellent conservation breeding programme for endangered frogs 

LWO pondLWO tadpole2

We have also been involved in the release of captive bred Sand lizards (captive bred in the county)

Sand lizards

We also had our yearly report published in  Birds and Wildlife in Cumbria 2020

This is available at Cumbria Bird Group to purchase 

Recordswildlife book

At the start of September we have started working with the community group Eden Wild Goose at St Pauls Church Holme Eden setting up surveys within their burial grounds and also mapping water bodies at Susan's Farm Houghton 

EWG survey 2EWG surveySF ponds

So a busy a summer and thank you to all involved !

We have lots to look forward too!

  • Committee meeting
  • Members meeting
  • New education school workshops
  • Calendar competition 
  • Planning next years surveys !

 


Season Update

Posted on Sunday 6th June, 2021

Finding Sanctuary Project

Well on the way is our Finding Sanctuary Project 

Members having been very busy setting up reptile surveys at their local burial grounds and small green spaces - with some fantastic results ! 

Records have included amphibians and reptiles- in particular Slow worms being present which fantastic news.

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Spot Light Surveys 

This last month has seen us incorporate spotlight surveys to the county. These pinpoint areas in which we have no records present currently. Members can access this through ARGWEB under the spot light button and check out the areas included (we will have a new one each month so covering different areas of the county). Non members can still see the location via our Facebook page and records can be uploaded as a casual record via the website records page and will be included. Currently the area spotlighted is just North east of Carlisle - this area includes Scaleby moss, which has a past history of Adders, Common lizards and amphibians.

Spotlight

So if you live close to the area check it out - we want your sightings!!!!!!

Volunteer Week 

The first week of June has been volunteer week celebrating our dedicated volunteers - committee members and signed up members all giving their time to learning, carrying out surveys and outreach of how fabulous our native amphibians and reptiles are :) We could not do the work we do without them.  

carg team

 

Summer Plans 

We have lots planned including formal and informal walks and talks, survey and training sessions - so keep an eye on this websites events, the Facebook page and emails for more information to come. 

pondGNC

If you would like to be more involved why not become a member - only £5 for the year and with this you will have access to events running across the summer.

Click here to email Cumbria ARG

   

 


Spring Update

Posted on Wednesday 7th April, 2021

Herp surveys are well on their way !!!!!

Toad Patrols News!

 A message from Matt our toad patrol coordinator 

Silverdale site: 22 different patrollers (between 2 and 7 out at a time) gave up a total of 32.25 hours of their time over 30 nights to help 329 frogs, 871 toads and 358 newts for a total of 1558 amphibians helped.

Stainton lane site: 3 different patrollers (between 1 and 2 out at a time) gave up a total of 35 hours of their time over 28 nights to help 16 frogs, 446 toads and 1 newt for a total of 463 amphibians helped.

if you've been out patrolling i'd love to hear your stats too

I've also managed to get out and visit 3 other sites this year including one that will hopefully be registered next year. and i've been told about a few more that will need checking out next year.

please remember to send your stats to Froglife and upload them to ARGweb (all sites have a section in the toad patrol area).

finally another reminder to fill out the freshwater habitats spawn survey if you see any spawn

so all that's left is for me to say a massive thank you to all of you for your hard work and dedication to helping our amphibian friends.

 

Cumbria Biodiversity Centre Conference 

A fantastic online conference bringing together numerous recording groups from across the county. We were involve in the conference giving updates on 2020 recording figures and events that had taken place and introduced a list of projects for the forth coming season.

Carlisle NATS talk 

A talk presented by Suzie Collinson on two current monitoring programmes - both looking at identifying individuals within Slow worm and Adder populations. A shorter version of the talk is available here NATS talk

ARG UK Seminars 

A brilliant range of seminars available from ARG UK click here for link to you tube channel including 

The role of reintroductions in rewilding

ARG uk Seminars

 

Adder Awareness

We have been able to help local reserves with Adder awareness on their sites with the handing out of informative posters Adder aware

Finding Sanctuary Project

Our Finding Sanctuary Project is up and running !!!!!

Volunteers exploring and surveying burial grounds and small green spaces local to them (fully supported)

For more information please head to the website tab Projects/Education 

Voluntary Survey Group

We now have a dedicated FB page for those members wishing to help with surveys 

CARG Survey group


Events

Events

Past Events

Show Upcoming Events

Reptile Survey Cliburn Moss

Sat 4th May, 2019

Beginners reptile survey day at Cliburn Moss (for members)

An introduction into basic ecology, habitat and survey techniques for the Common lizard.

Six places available and a commitment to carry on survey through the summer 2/3 visits per person maximum.

10.00am till 2.00pm.

By kind permission Natural England (Colin Auld)

Cliburn moss site and directions: pdfNE540.pdf

Book your place cumbria.arg@gmail.com

 


Adder Monitoring Finglandrigg Wood

Mon 6th May, 2019

pdfFinglandrigg_Woods_.pdf

Various dates.

Adder monitoring at Finglandrigg Woods (Natural England).

Photographing adders for individual identification.

For population estimates and for the calculation of habitat range.

Must be a member (for insurance purposes).

If you would like to participate please email cumbria.arg@gmail.com

 

adderadder 1

Photos by Guy Broome (2019)


Reptile Survey Cliburn Moss

Thu 4th July, 2019

Cliburn moss

Thursday 4th of July

Common lizard survey 9am -12pm

If you would like to come and help survey common lizards at Cliburn moss tomorrow please email cumbria.arg@gmail.com for further details.

Membership forms and voluntary forms are a requirement (found on 'About us page' for insurance purposes, they can be emailed or brought on the day. £5 fee covers the year, however free for students and under 16's.


Foulshaw Moss Walk and Talk

Tue 30th July, 2019

A guided amphibian and reptile walk around the Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve at Foulshaw Moss.

Please use facebook page link to show interest.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/589703024785031/?ref=bookmarks

 


Drumburgh moss

Sat 31st August, 2019 - Sat 31st August, 2019

Saturday the 31st of August at 10.00am a guided walk given by reserve manager Kevin Scott will take place around the Cumbria Wildlife Trust site of Drumburgh moss.

The trust has seen a reduced number of sightings over the last couple of years of Adders and Common lizards and they would like Cumbria ARG volunteers to carry out a survey to estimate the populations of these reptiles.

The actual survey will commence early next year and people that would like to be involved are required to be CARG members for insurance purposes. Guidance and training on survey techniques will be given prior to the start of the survey.

common lizard

For more information, history, location, fauna and flora that can be observed at Drumburgh see the following link:

https://www.cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk/nature-reserves/drumburgh-moss

To register your interest or for more information email: cumbria.arg@gmail.com 

 


Presentation - An Investigation of a Secretive Reptile (Date change 21st October)

Mon 21st October, 2019

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University of Cumbria, Fusehill St. Carlisle

Learning Gateway, Lecturer Theatre 6pm

An Informative talk on a two year study investigating the individual indentification of the cryptic lizard  - Slow worm (Anguis fragilis)

Also information on Cumbria ARG, how to join and how to get involved with the counties native amphibians and reptiles.

 


A Trip to the Zoo !

Sun 10th November, 2019

Sunday the 10th of November 10.00 am onwards we have a end of season trip to Lakeland Wildlife Oasis at Milnthorpe LA7 7FE

  • Meeting at 10 am at the Oasis we will be given a personal guided tour of the herp enclosures (animal handling included !!!!!!!)

 

  • The committee and members will have an end of season meeting, reflecting on the first few months and what as a group we have planned for 2020 

 

  • Non members are more than welcome to join us if they wish to meet us, they would like to become members, they have ideas for future events etc.and to find out what we have planned

 

  • The rest of the day is yours to enjoy at your own pace

 

  • The entrance price for this visit has been kindly reduced to £7 per adult - this also includes a CARG organised return visit  - FREE OF CHARGE - at the beginning of next year !!!!!!!!

 

Link to website https://wildlifeoasis.co.uk/

 

 

 

 

 


Cumbria Toad Patrols

Mon 20th January, 2020

hi everyone. i'm starting to get my head around toad patrols for this year. if you've never heard of toad patrols its basically supporting amphibians on their migration to their breeding ponds by helping them cross busy roads (i.e. stopping them from getting squashed!). the patrols are coordinated across the country by Frog Life (more info here: https://www.froglife.org/what-we-do/toads-on-roads) but each site/crossing is managed individually. the sites need to be registered with Frog Life and all volunteers taking part also need to be registered (for insurance). i have attached the pack produced by Frog Life that has all the info in as well as the volunteer form

I manage two sites, one in South Cumbria and the other just over the border in North Lancashire. managing the sites basically involves coordinating volunteers to make sure as much as possible there is someone out patrolling when the amphibians are moving.

there are a number of patrol sites around cumbria (these can be found following the link above) but its also possible to get new sites registered. i am in the process of contacting West Cumbria Rivers Trust who manage a couple of sites as well as the managers of the other Cumbria sites. my aim is to have a network set up so we can support each other with advertising for volunteers and with letting each other know when the migration has started

if anyone is interested in finding out more about the patrols (how they work, what you need to do etc), would like to help with mine (yes please!) or has a site in mind that may need one i am more then happy for you to msg me or email me: mail@wildlifeoasis.co.uk

ill be posting more info in this group as and when i get it including letting you all know when the migration startspdfToad-Patrol-Pack-for-Patrollers.pdf

Many Thanks

Marr Carr


Herps Workers Meeting 2020

Sat 15th February, 2020 - Sun 16th February, 2020

 

 

The following link will lead to information, registration details, presentations and workshops being held at the conference, held in Southport this coming February 

https://www.arc-trust.org/Event/hwm2020

Herps Workers Meeting 2020

 


AGM CARG Members

Sun 15th March, 2020 - Sun 15th March, 2020

Annual general meeting for CARG committee and members

15th March -  The Old Courthouse Shap CA10 3NL    2pm to 5pm 

 


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Toad Patrols/Disease

Toad Patrols/Disease

 

TOAD PATROLS

Toad patrols are for supporting amphibians and reptiles on their migration to their breeding ponds by helping them cross busy roads (by stopping them getting squashed!)

The patrols are supported by Froglife Toads on the roads but each site is managed individually and sites need to be registered with Froglife and all volunteers taking part need to be registered for insurance purposes 

Contact details for our South Cumbria patrols: Email address for Toad Coordinator Matt 

mail@wildlifeoasis.co.uk

 

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BIOSECURITY 

Please find below important information for all outdoor workers or herp enthusiasts about biosecurity. 

An introduction to amphibian and reptiles biosecurity pdfBiosecurity_web_page.pdf

A disease guide for fieldworkers pdfAmphibian_Disease_Precautions_A_Guide_for_UK.pdf

A disease alert to protect wild amphibian and reptile species by reducing disease risk in captive amphibian and reptilespdfReducing_disease_risks.pdf

Disease profiles

pdfAmphibiocystidium.pdf

pdfChytridiomycosis.pdf

pdfRanavirus.pdf

pdfSnake_fungal_disease.pdf

pdfToad_fly_infestation.pdf

 

 

 

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Education/Projects

"Finding Sanctuary" Project 

 

In many urban locations small green sites exist, this can include churchyards and burial grounds (allotments, golf courses, parks, commons and school grounds). These areas can represent some of the few remaining peaceful havens for wildlife and people in an increasingly busy world. Even in the countryside, much of our biodiversity has been lost to intensive agriculture and infrastructure development.

These locations may then also provide a welcome respite for many of our native creatures including birds, wildflowers, fungi and lichens, mammals and invertebrates. These areas are often overlooked and can be an important home for our native amphibians and reptiles, which are often residing in the damp corners that so often characterise old churchyards for example.

We often have reports of common frogs and toads, newts, slow-worms, common lizards, grass snakes, and in some exceptionally special places even our most vulnerable native snake, the adder.

However, many reports are anecdotal, and whilst many churchyards and subsequent green areas have a ‘wild area’, this is often simply left and little is done to map the wildlife using it, or to target habitat improvement for specific species.

This project aims to focus on our forgotten creatures, those that inhabit the forgotten areas.

Activities will be coordinated through our county-based network of volunteer amphibian and reptile groups (ARGs).

Cumbria ARG will work with its local diocese, and other faiths, and local communities to identify burial grounds and green spaces that may be of greatest importance to wildlife, based on their location, existing habitat or habitat connectivity, and the passion and interest of the local community

docxFinding_Sanctuary_Project_Pack.docx

CARG Survey group

Up to date COVID 19 Risk Assessment docARG_UK_Generic_Risk_Assessment_June_202128572.doc

An introduction to amphibians and reptiles on allotments pdfAllotments_leaflet.pdf

Some ID guides from ARC Trust and ARG UK:

Amphibian ID guide

Reptile ID guide

Church yard

 

 

Education Material for Schools and Parents

To record the species you see pdfRecord_Sheet.pdf      

Information posters 

A quick introduction to amphibian and reptiles for primary school children pdfPrimary_School_Amphibians_and_Reptiles_poster.pdf

Adders are Amazing Activities 

Practical activity pdf5_Food_chains_and_webs.pdf

Arts and crafts activity pdf7_Wind_snakes_activity.pdf

Practical activity pdf8_Adder_hunt_quiz_activity.pdf

Arts and crafts activity pdf9_Adder_stone_trails_activity.pdf

Arts and crafts activity pdf13_Adder_nightlights.pdf

Arts and crafts activity pdf15_Adder_amulets.pdf

Arts and crafts activity pdf17_Adder_bookmarks.pdf

Baking activity pdf18_Snake_snacks.pdf

English and literature activity pdf19_Adder_poetry_activity.pdf

Class work

Power point looking at differences between snakes and lizards (emphasis on Slow worms)    pptxReptile_school_talk_slow_worms.pptx

cumberland show 1school reptile talk

Frog and toads

Basic images showing frog metamorphosis pdfFrog_cycle.pdf

A frog mask template to decorate pdfFrog_mask_template.pdf

Detailed Information on Common frogs, Common toads and NatterjackspdfNative_frog_and_toad_posters.pdf

Mix and match game - matching the correct definitions to the correct speciespdfMix_and_Match_Game.pdf

A quick guide to spawn identification pdfARG_UK_Spawn_ID_.pdf

Toad patrol involvement for children and vulnerable people jpgToad_Patrols_for_Children_and_Vulnerable_people.JPG

Amphibian and Reptile Quiz

Identify the correct species by just their eyeball. A tricky but fun quiz! pdfEye_ID_quiz.pdf

Mix and match game - match the correct habitat to the correct species pdfHabitat_Mix_and_Match_.pdf

Note down the correct habitat or habitats for the species. Similar to the mix and match game but with pictures!pdfHabitat_Quiz.pdf

Reptile Activities

Arts and crafts activity pdfSnake_rock_poster_activity_.pdf

 

Video Tutorials 

How to record your sightings  How to record your sightings

Membership Membership tutorial

 
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