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We’ve had a great year with the 100% fund and have been able to support some amazing practical conservation projects benefiting amphibians and reptiles around the UK. Screening for amphibian diseases in Cambridgeshire We were able to support Cambridge and Peterborough ARG (CPARG) with their amphibian…

Read more: ARG UK 100% fund successes in 2016

Responding to popular demand you can download the presentations from The Vanishing Viper: Priorities for adder conservation meeting in .pdf format. Please respect the presenters' copyright, and do not circulate unattributed material. For downloads follow the link: Downloadable presentations from The Vanishing Viper - October 2016

Read more: Vanishing Viper Presentations Available for Download

Building on the South East regional adder meeting hosted by Kent Amphibian and Reptile Group (KRAG) in 2011, ARG UK, together with our partner organisation, Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) co-hosted a very special meeting in Somerset in October, to discuss how best to conserve…

Read more: The Vanishing Viper: Priorities for Adder Conservation

For those who fancy volunteering a bit further afield, Indigo Expeditions offer conservation opportunities to carry out wildlife surveying & monitoring, specialising in the ecology and behaviour of reptiles and amphibians. They have developed a unique training programme 'Herping for the Future’ in Guatemala, so that…

Read more: Herping for the Future - Volunteer with Indigo Expeditions

ARGUK is delighted to partner with the artist Mabel Harris to create a vibrant new range of stickers, fun fact and colouring sheets for our budding young herpetologists.  These are perfect for events and other herp-themed activities. We are delighted to be able to offer a range of…

Read more: Kids' stickers and fun fact sheets

A massive thank you to everyone who has donated to our Merseyside Sand Lizard Appeal, and is continuing to donate to this programme. Your vital donations have helped us to schedule this winter's work parties, by allowing us to buy hand tools and PPE, and…

Read more: Volunteer dates now available for Merseyside Sand Lizard work parties

A massive thank you to everyone who has donated to our Merseyside Sand Lizard Appeal, and is continuing to donate to this programme. Your vital donations have helped us to schedule this winter's work parties, by allowing us to buy hand tools and PPE, and…

Read more: Volunteer dates now available for Merseyside Sand Lizard work parties (2)

Sussex Amphibian & Reptile Group, in association with the Arun & Rother Connections Project cordially invite you to our Amphibians and SUDS Conference. The meeting will comprise a morning of presentations focused on sustainable urban drainage systems and their importance to amphibians. For full event…

Read more: Amphibians and SUDS Conference 2016

Amphibian and Reptile Groups of UK (ARG UK) and Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) are proud to be able to announce the first national adder meeting.  The Vanishing Viper: Priorities for adder conservation, to take place in Draycott on the 8th and 9th October 2016.…

Read more: The first national adder meeting to take place 8-9 Oct 2016

We are please to report the release of the most up to date 2016 Reptile and Amphibian atlases for North East England. With many thanks to John Durkin and the team at NERAG for all their hard work on this.  These documents can be…

Read more: Updated Amphibian and Reptile Atlases for North East England Released

We are delighted to be able to announce that the ARC and ARGUK joint reptile photo ID guide has been updated for 2016. For the first time, the revised guide includes some examples of non-native snakes, as escaped and released pets turn up from time to…

Read more: New for 2016 - the Revised Reptile ID Guide

The hugely popular Herpetofauna Workers Meeting was held in Oxford in 2016, with two days of fascinating talks and workshops, the latest news on herpetofauna conservation and plenty of networking opportunities. As ever, the parallel social programme also proved very popular, with many attending the…

Read more: The 2016 Herpetofauna Workers' Meeting

THE SOUTH WEST REGION AMPHIBIAN AND REPTILE GROUPS' CONFERENCE Saturday 14th November 2015,  This packed and informative meeting featured a stellar line up of speakers including: Darryn Nash (DICE. University of Kent), Inga Zeisset (University of Brighton), Trevor Beebee (Reptile and Amphibian Group for Somerset), Tony…

Read more: Report on the South West Region Amphibian and Reptile Groups Conference 2015

 The first ever Joint Herpetological Scientific Meeting, held at Trinity College, Dublin on Saturday August 29, in 2015 was a great success for all, with some new and many familiar faces, making their way to Dublin to attend a varied series of talks and meet with…

Read more: Highlights of the First Joint Herpetological Scientific Meeting in Dublin

A special request from our friends at the Institute of Zoology.....

Wildlife disease can cause population declines and even species extinctions. It is important, therefore, that we monitor trends in diseases to determine their impact on populations and to identify new and emerging threats. …

Read more: Finding out more about diseases in our native reptiles and amphibians

 
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