Established to promote amphibian and reptile conservation in the vice county of South Lancashire

ARGSL has created 53 amphibian ponds in Lancashire since 2005!




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ARGSL 2016 Review

Click here to read about what ARGSL have been doing in the past year for amphibian and reptile conservation.

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ARGSL exists to promote the conservation of amphibians and reptiles in Lancashire and Greater Manchester and we do this in a variety of ways. We’re always happy to work with other groups that share our general objectives, so if you’re part of another organisation and feel that we could work in partnership please get in touch.

There’s always lots more ARGSL could do, but we achieve as much as we can with the resources available. Some of ARGSL's projects are listed below. If you’re able to help organise events please contact us.

Lancashire Amphibian and Reptile Atlas Project PDF Print E-mail

lara-logoOne of ARGSL’s main objectives is to collect data on the distribution of amphibians and reptiles. Our main project is the Lancashire Amphibian and Reptile Atlas Project (LARA). To find out more, please go to the project’s website: http://www.lara-project.org.uk/

Past Projects PDF Print E-mail

An archive of previous projects undertaken by ARGSL

Garden Pond Survey - 2009

Chytrid Fungus Research - 2009

Habitat management in Talacre, North Wales - 2009

Pond Creation at Pleasington, nr Witton Park, Blackburn - 2008

North West Slow Worm Hunt - 2007/8


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