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    Posted: 14 Jun 2003 at 9:43pm

ARG's are Amphibian and Reptile Groups, many areas have one, check out this list on Froglife's website

http://www.froglife.fsnet.co.uk/ARGsF.htm

 

Joining such a group is the best way to find out more about how survey and conservation work is conducted.

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What is an ARG? I'm also new to this. How can I find about where and how to look for reptiles?
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Thanks for that Administrator i will look at the sites.

also good to see a very quick responce

thanks again!

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You Guess entirely right Woody. If you have a genuine interest why not contact your local ARG and get more involved? Also the people to discuss your concerns about local newts with. There are a number of active people in Cheshire, check out these websites.

http://www.cheshireamphibians.co.uk/

http://www.consult-eco.ndirect.co.uk/lrc/ampg.htm

 

 

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hi all sorry new to this but anyone know if Adders are found anywhere around chester? i guess by the way the forum run exact locations should not be discussed but if i know some here i will read about enviroment etc and have a look!

sorry as said new to this but thank's anyway!

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