Tag: amphibians

2018 Herpetofauna Workers Meeting

The annual Herpetofauna Workers Meeting will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Northampton on 3-4 February 2018. More details from the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust website.

Amphibian and reptile ID day

Learn how to identify and record the different species of amphibians and reptiles found in the Garnock Valley. SWSEIC will lead the event, with an indoor session followed by an outdoor field visit after lunch. Further information about the event

Amphibian and Reptile ID day at Shewalton

On Tuesday 30th April, ten people joined staff from SWSEIC and Garnock Connections’ Wildlife Recording Assistant Elouise Cartner at the Dundonald Links golf club (just south  of Irvine) for an opportunity to learn all about our native amphibians and reptiles. The

Amphibian survey at Dean Castle Country Park

Amphibian survey at Dean Castle Country Park – last of the season. Please contact Jessica Wharf or ring on 01563 554757 if you have any questions or would like to come along. Meet at the front of the Dower House.

Amphibian training day at Culzean 31/03/2017

In the last of three amphibian training days, we spent an evening in the beautiful ground of Culzean castle torching for amphibians after dusk, and were even treated to a show from some bats. After a short indoor session in

Ardeer Amphibian ID day – weather for amphibians

It might have been a day for the ducks, but that didn’t stop us braving the elements in the name of newts! After a great and informative morning session lead by Mark Pollitt from the Dumfries and Galloway Environmental Resources

Dean Castle Country Park May Surveys – Amphibians

Dean Castle Country Park May Surveys Topic: Amphibians Location: Meet at the front of the Dower House Bring a head torch and wellies to what has changed in the ponds since the amphibian survey at the start of last month.

The Amphibians and Reptiles of Scotland: Current Research, Future Challenges

Glasgow Natural History Society (GNHS) and Clyde and Amphibian Reptile Group (CARG) will hold a conference entitled The Amphibians and Reptiles of Scotland: Current Research, Future Challenges on Saturday June 9th 2018 under the auspices of Glasgow Science Festival. More details available from the

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