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Steven Allain Sep 10
Don't forget to check out our to investigate the origins of midwife toads in the UK.
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Becoming an ARC Friend helps tackle climate change. Your support means we can create ponds which are great for amphibians and reptiles and good for capturing carbon.
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Back from the Brink Sep 15
Looking back at the success of creating the perfect pool for Natterjack toads this summer - a blog by Andrew Hampson our Project Officer.
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Sep 15
Honour the life of a lost loved one by suggesting donations in lieu of giving flowers. Visit our website to find out how.
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Sep 14
A legacy can transform our work to look after amphibians and reptiles in the long-term.
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Redrow plc Sep 13
And the celebrations continue... Congrats to our team for winning the small-scale Project of the Year Award at the ! Thanks to & for the work put into the White Lion Nature Reserve 🐉💚
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Sep 13
Many thanks, Priya and Liam. Looks good. My fault - I clearly need to go on a US amphibian ID course! (Jim)
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Sep 13
We love Phoebe's Pond Project! Watch the wildlife she's attracted in her video: . Then check out our top tips for making a wildlife-friendly pond:
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Sep 13
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Redrow plc Sep 12
The White Lion Nature Reserve on our Heritage Park Development has been shortlisted for the small-scale Project of the Year Award at the tonight's ! Thanks to for helping us manage the Reserve 🐉💚 Read more here:
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Wicken Fen Sep 12
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Liz Morrison Sep 12
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Sep 12
Remember ARC in your will to leave a lasting legacy for amphibians and reptiles.
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Sep 12
Hi Kacie. We’re in the UK so not best-placed to help. Could be Woodhouse’s toad, but suggest you check with a US organisation who will have more knowledge - perhaps can comment or advise who else could help. Thanks for your enquiry.
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Wild Justice Sep 12
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Sep 11
The amphibian and reptile ponds we create absorb carbon dioxide from the air, filter air-pollutants, improve air quality and reduce the risk of flooding. Become a Friend today.
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Farm Wildlife Sep 10
Good quality advice is at the heart of helping wildlife on farmland has been up for two years and we want feedback on how it can be developed to better support users Link to a short survey that will take <5 min - Thank you
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Back from the Brink Sep 9
Our Gems in the Dunes team have some wonderful events happening this month up on the Sefton coast - , creativity & sunset walks! Sounds idyllic! See you there:
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Liam Russell Sep 9
8:30pm, 12°C, light rain following a cool, cloudy and wet day. Look what I found out foraging along my drift fence line...
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Sep 10
Become an ARC oorporate supporter today and help us give a voice to the UK's amphibians and reptiles - saving species and improving habitats.
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