Apr 19, 2014the training morning is to cover basic ID and surveying of these county herpsMar 25, 2014Amphibian training evening near Saxmundham , starting at 6.00pmApr 30, 2013May 3rd 2014 , Reptile and Amphibian survey training at Haverhil , 9.00am -1.30pm please email to book via chairman contactsApr 19, 2013TrainingThere are three events organised for the end of this month. Please let us know if you want to attend:Thursday 25th April 7:15pm for a 7:30 pmSaturday 27th April 9.30amMar 28, 2013We would like to express our thanks to Rosie Norton for her hard work as County Recorder for amphibians and reptiles in the County as she has retired from this post. Also we would like to thanks John Baker for taking up this post many thanksDec 14, 2012
Annual General Meeting
Saturday, December 15, 2012, 2.00-4.30 p.m.
Martlesham Parish Room, Felixstowe Road,
Martlesham, IP12 4PBAug 1, 2012Suffolk Biological Records Centre have a new website which can be viewed via our links page, also from the downloads page the "Suffolk Amphibian and Reptile Atlas Provisional (2007) can be downloaded.May 12, 201217th May 2012 Surveying for Amphibians. Pratical and theory for surveying water bodies for amphibians.Mar 9, 2012
Theres a Reptile and Amphibian course at Flatford Mill field studies centre seeFeb 5, 2012This is a call for anyone who would like to get involved with some practical reptile survey work this year.Jan 31, 2012The herp workers meeting was extremely
interesting and informative, and a good time seemed to be had by all (for
more you can see the selected highlights on the home page of http://www.arguk.orgJan 25, 2012Toad Crossing Patrol training and information on the 13th Feb 2012 at 7.30pm in Ipswich.Dec 12, 2011Herpetofauna workers meeting 2012 at Telford on the 28th to 29th January 2012. Presentations covering various herpetological topics including adders, ponds, species reintroductions, survey methods, and ARG updates. As well as a selection of workshops.Nov 22, 2011SARG has its AGM on the 10th December 2011Jul 29, 2011
Project is to capture any reptiles and amphibians at a pond site and clean the pond out in Kesgrave. Sat 27th Aug 2011 between 10am -12noonMay 27, 2011The Pond Conservation Trust have produced a new booket called "Creating Garden Ponds for Wildlife"May 10, 2011Chytrid Swabbing for the 2011 big swab project volunteers needed .Apr 16, 2011The Group has been helping with the Adder DNA projectMar 3, 2011
2011 Training and Survey Events for March -AprilJan 23, 2011
Pond Conservation is repeating last year’s Big Pond Thaw questionnaire survey to gather more information about amphibian survival in frozen ponds.May 15, 2010PakefieldApr 15, 2010
The SARG website is being re-designed.
We hope you like it!
Suffolk Amphibian and Reptile Group (SARG) is a group of vounteers dedicated to the conservation of native amphibians and reptiles in Suffolk. We:
- Carry out surveys to establish the distribution of these animals in the County
- Provide survey training
- Give educational talks
- Provide advice to individuals and organisations
- Work closely with other conservation bodies such as:
Fill in a Record Pool Sighting Card!
- Natural England
- Suffolk Biological Records Centre
- Suffolk Wildlife Trust
- Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
Note :- If you have found survey refugia and would like to know more about it please use group contacts to ask the group a question .
Please send in your sightings via record pool link below thank you