Saving England's most threatened species from extinction

Reptile identification and surveying 2

Location –  Top Lodge, Fineshade, NN17 3BB

Date – 14th April

Time – 10:30am – 3pm



Learn how to identify and survey for reptiles.

Lizards and snakes, particularly adders, are among the key target species for the Roots of Rockingham project. Reptiles can be elusive animals so we need your help to find out more about where they occur in the Forest and to monitor their populations.

This course is suitable for volunteers who would like to undertake reptile surveys.  It will involve some work outdoors.

Everyone is welcome to this free training event.

Booking essential.

For more information, or if you would like to attend, please contact Susannah O’Riordan, Back from the Brink Rockingham Forest Project Officer.
Tel: 01780 444067