ARG UK promotes the conservation of our native amphibians and reptiles and their environment by promoting and supporting the development of a network of independent Amphibian and Reptile Groups (ARGs).
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You can help our native amphibians and reptiles by getting involved with one of the 60+ independent volunteer ARGs in the UK.
Affiliated groups benefit from our insurance scheme, local groups websites, advice notes and fundraising support.
We provide online recording through the Record Pool to help capture herpetofauna data from across the UK.
We produce fun downloads for kids and their parents and teachers, and other useful resources.
Read more: Toads on Roads - Top Tips for Toad Patrolling for ARGs
Read more: Dragons in the Hills - Outreach and Educational Resource Packs
Read more: Stand up for nature! Help us to protect our precious Habitats Regulations
Read more: Dragons in the Hills - news from Northern Ireland in 2022
Read more: Resources for ARGs - volunteer, risk, safeguarding and lone working agreements
Read more: A new project 'Status of the adder Vipera berus in Scotland' - please get involved!
Read more: 100% success supporting reptile and amphibian conservation in 2021
Read more: How to ARGWEB - video tutorials that cover frequently asked questions
Read more: ARG UK Policy Statement Concerning Reintroductions
Read more: Introducing ARGWEB - a new online combined membership and survey toolkit for the ARGs
Read more: Advice Note 12: Amphibian and Reptile Reintroductions - Guidelines for Amphibian and Reptile Groups
Read more: Dragons in the Hills - connecting communities with their natural heritage, and conserving amphibians and reptiles in Northern Ireland
Read more: Creating grass snake egg-laying heaps – the ‘RAVON Recipe’
Read more: Adders are amazing! Resource Pack - Pecyn Adnoddau Gwiberod Gwych!
Read more: Bsal - a deadly new newt disease on our doorstep!
Read more: Revised Advice note 4 - Amphibian Disease Precautions, A Guide for UK Fieldworkers
Read more: Snake fungal disease identified in wild British snakes for first time