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  • FARG 5th AGM 14.3.13 [ view ]
  • Arc Newsletter Winter Spring 2013-14 [ view ]
  • FARG 5th AGM 14.3.13
    unadopted minutes from the 5th FARG AGM 14th March 2013 [ view ]
  • FARG 5th AGM Notice 2013
    AGM notice and minutes [ view ]
  • ARG Today Spring 2013 [ view ]
  • All about Adder and Slow worm in Scotland [ view ]
  • ARG Today Spring 2012 [ view ]
  • FARG AGM MInutes 2011 [ view ]
  • NARRS News Spring 2012 [ view ]
  • ARG Today Winter 2011 [ view ]
  • NAARS News issue 6 [ view ]
  • FARG AGM report 2010 [ view ]
  • Pond Conservation's new booklet 'Creating Garden Ponds for Wildlife'
    Pond Conservation has just published a new 32 page, A5 booklet ‘Creating Garden Ponds for Wildlife’ (sponsored by World of Water), which is proving very popular with garden pond owners. It has sections on: pond creation, native planting, problem solving, and a Pond Dipping section in the back with a summary of the main groups of invertebrates, and a few pages on the more common amphibians, plus Grass Snakes (of course – they love water). [ view ]
  • Order form for the new Great Crested Newt book from BHS
    The beautifully presented book is a ‘must’ read for all those interested in the evolution, ecology, behaviour, conservation and management of crested newts. It contains 145 pages, 16 colour plates, and approximately 80 figures and tables. [ view ]
  • ARC Professional Training Programme
    Training for professionals run by the Amphibian and Reptile Trust in partnership with the Field Studies Council. [ view ]
  • Reptile Habitat Management Handbook
    This handbook is the first attempt to bring together habitat management advice for all native UK reptiles. The half dozen species here have experienced population declines, and are now all Biodiversity Action Plan priorities. The handbook is aimed at site managers, and those who advise on management. It gives advice for a range of settings, from dedicated nature reserves to farmland and includes a useful appendix of Environmental Stewardship options. The Reptile Habitat Management Handbook was part-funded by Natural England and produced in conjunction with Amphibian and Reptile Conservation's Widespread Species Project, funded by The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation. You can request a copy Copies of the handbook are available from Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, 655A Christchurch Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 4AP, 01202 391319 (£3.00 to cover postage and handling, bulk orders to be negotiated enquiries@arc-trust.org). [ view ]
  • Amphibian and Reptile Conservation’s newsletter, newly re-titled HopGossip.
    Amphibian and Reptile Conservation’s newsletter, newly re-titled HopGossip. If you want a paper copy these are sent to ARC friends www.arc-trust.org/support/frogfriend_signup.php [ view ]
  • ARG advice note on working with the media
    An advice note on working with the media, produced by Jim Foster and Jules Howard as an output of a workshop from the Herp Workers Meeting in 2009. This is also available as a download from the Publications section of the ARG UK website www.arguk.org. [ view ]
  • ARG Today Winter 2010
    ARG Newsletter for Winter 2010 [ view ]
  • Pond Conservation Newsletter 2010
    Pond Conservation Newsletter for Summer 2010 [ view ]
  • The amphibians and reptiles of Fife - Smout Pritchard 1995
    This atlas was complied by Anne-Marie Smout of Fife Nature and Stewart Pritchard of Scottish Natural Heritage in 1995 [ view ]

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