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We pleased to announce the launch of the 'Atlas of the Amphibians & Reptiles of Warwickshire - Vice County 38 Records up to 2018'.

WART is a voluntary group that works in partnership with the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust (WWT) and is affiliated to the Amphibian and Reptile Groups of the UK (ARG UK). Records of amphibians and reptiles are mainly collected throughout Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull and shared with the Warwickshire Biological Records Centre (WBRC) but the aim of WART is to cover the wider Vice County 38, including the surrounding area of Sutton Coldfield which is found within the administrative area of Birmingham.

WART members carry out amphibian and reptile surveys, create and maintain amphibian and reptile habitat including the WART reserve in Kenilworth Common, participate in public events (e.g. Coventry Godiva Festival), rescue amphibians in roads and drains during the breeding and post-breeding sea- sons and install amphibian ladders in road drains.

  pdf You can download the atlas here (20.49 MB)