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UK REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS IN YOUR GARDEN SURVEY

The BTO Garden Ecology Team is working with Froglife and the Herpetological Conservation Trust on a new survey to find out how reptiles and amphibians use gardens. In particular, we need people to tell us about the different habitat features within their gardens (such as ponds and compost heaps), features that might support particular reptile and amphibian species. A simple questionnaire has been produced for the survey (on special card which goes through a computer scanner, which is why you need to request a survey pack), together with an identification guide and some information about reptiles and amphibians. Please contact gbw@bto.org or telephone 01842-750050 to request a pack.

For more information, including an ID guide for the UK's reptiles and amphibians, go here - http://www.bto.org/gbw/herps/2009_survey/index.htm

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