|'Making the Adder Count' in the South East & beyond!|
|Written by ARG UK|
|Sunday, 20 November 2011 21:07|
The South East Regional Meeting for the ARG UK was hosted by Kent Reptile & Amphibian Group this weekend. The meeting was a huge success with over 100 attendees who were treated to adder conservation related talks and presentations from Kent, Surrey, UK, and in Europe.
The meeting was yet again a meeting which was has not been seen anywhere else in the world. An important meeting which really did grapple with the pressing issue of adder conservation in the UK and beyond. Further information will be released about the conclusions of the meeting and the way forward for protecting our only venomous snake -
NEWSFLASH the meeting voted overwhelmingly for 'naming the Adder as the most threatened reptile in South East Kent/UK...'
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Daily Mail - End of the adder? Britain's only poisonous snake is in danger of dying out, scientists warn
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