Britain’s Amphibians & ReptilesHome / Wildlife / Amphibians & ReptilesBritain's Amphibians & ReptilesDiscover the Amphibians & Reptiles of Great Britain, with curated news, guides, articles and useful websitesArticlesBritish Amphibians & Reptiles Leaflet (.pdf)(SeeNature)Status of British Reptile and Amphibian species(BTO)Creating ponds for amphibians and reptiles (.pdf)(FreshwaterHabitats)Amphibians and reptiles on farmland(Agricology) Useful WebsitesAmphibians of Great BritainIncludes further pages about each species, their conservation status and more at Wikipedia.Reptiles of Great BritainDetails of the snakes, lizards and sea turtles that are resident in Great Britain at Wikipedia.Wildlife Watch – Amphibians & ReptilesLearn about amphibians and reptiles of the UK with Wildlife Watch’s guide to cold blooded creatures…Amphibian & Reptile Conservation TrustCharity committed to conserving amphibians and reptiles and saving the disappearing habitats on which they depend.Wales Biodiversity Partnership – Amphibians & ReptilesThirteen species of native terrestrial reptiles live in the UK and eleven of these species occur in Wales…Amphibian and Reptile Groups of the UKARG UK promotes the conservation of our native amphibians and reptiles and their environment…Reptiles & Amphibians UK – ForumThe online meeting place for all who love our amphibians and reptiles…Amphibian & Reptile Recording SchemeSurveys to monitor the status and distribution of all the UK’s reptiles and amphibians. News / FroglifeShould we count marine turtles as members of the British fauna? 25 March, 2021In August 2020, the media outlet Wales On-line reported that a five-foot long marine turtle had surfaced beside a small fishing boat off the north coast and swum alongside it for an extended period before diving out of sight. The excited boat owner said that he had fished those waters for over 20 years, and […]What our animals are doing this month…. 25 March, 2021Adders emerge from brumation in March and April and begin breeding shortly after. Rival males compete for females by performing a dance-like duel where they rise up and wrestle each other to the ground. Although this is an aggressive behaviour between two males, it can look very elegant and is sometimes mistaken for a courtship […]The Road to Success? Experts share research at our Wildlife Road Mortality Conference. 11 March, 2021The Road to Success? Experts map route to try and safeguard wildlife in the future (written by Jules Robinson). The UK’s planned transformative infrastructure developments must not be at the expense of the countries wildlife, concluded experts at Froglife’s Widlife Road Mortality Webinar. Wildlife conservationists from around the world came together online at 1pm on […]Sponsored listingsBBC Wildlife Magazine SubscriptionYour guide to the natural world, showcasing the wonder and beauty of wildlife.BBC Countryfile Magazine SubscriptionInspiration to enjoy and explore the great British countryside. Wildlife Share page via:Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.