Location:

Zoom Virtual Webinar - details below.

Date: Saturday 18th April 2020

Time: 4pm-6.45pm

Join John Baker of Amphibian and Reptile Conservation LIVE on Zoom to learn about the amphibian species of Rockingham Forest.
While we can no longer take you on a field trip we can share the knowledge of these amazing species and show you how surveys can be undertaken in your own garden or on other sites when travel restrictions are lifted.

The Rockingham Forest and it's many wooded wildlife sites traverse the counties of both Northants and Cambridgeshire. One of the most important amphibian sites in the Rockingham Forest: Castor Hanglands National Nature Reserve, is a Flagship Ponds Site supporting 5 species of native UK amphibian: Great Crested Newt, Palmate Newt, Smooth Newt, Common Frog and Common Toad.

The webinar will consist of two 45min interactive sessions with a 15min break.

Free event but booking required so we can send you the meeting web address. Contact Liz Morrison at rootsofrockingham@butterfly-conservation.org to receive your free Zoom invitation.