Seeking Sanctuary – conserving amphibians and reptiles in burial grounds

Amphibians and reptiles have a special place in many of our hearts – perhaps stemming from fond childhood memories of collecting tadpoles in jars, or the thrill of catching a glimpse of a lizard as it disappears into a stone wall.

Burial grounds are perhaps not an obvious place to find amphibians and reptiles, but the combination of tussocky grassland, sunny areas and old stonework makes them an ideal place for these shy creatures to feed, bask and shelter.

If you would like to find out more about conserving amphibians and reptiles – check out this link:

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