Re-Launched in 2019, NARG (Nottinghamshire Amphibian & Reptile Group) aims to further the knowledge of frogs, toads, newts, lizards and snakes in Nottinghamshire.
The group will activly support the conservation of these often secretive and missunderstood creatures.
The group assists and supports to its members with regards to training, field trips and surveys.
A main aim of the group is to generate amphibian and reptile records in order to support the conservation of these species within the county.
Would you like to help this group?
We need help conducting surveys and checking new sightings
We need help organising our records and arranging surveys
We need you :-)
Just contact us for more info.
Hi. Would you like our help?
Have you seen something but don't know what it is?
Are toads crossing the road near you. And you want to help them?
Do you want us to check a site where you think there may be snakes or lizards?
Are you worried about snakes in your garden? (Don't be as they will be harmless grass snakes or harmless slow worms, which are legless lizards)
Do you know a pond that needs restoration for the amphibians?
Just contact us and we will be in touch.
Hi, just drop us an e-mail...
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