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john ba
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Posted: 15 May 2006

can anybody help me i would be very interested in meeting with a local group in cheshire does one exist ??love to get involved in herpetology in north west uk !!


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Davew
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Posted: 15 May 2006
Hi - Don't really know of any groups in Cheshire. I can certainly help you out with sites for Grass Snake and Common Lizard, both fairly abundant. The counties only Slow Worm site is pretty much off limits and Adder is more less an impossibilty being found at only a few inaccessible sites.
Vicar
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Posted: 15 May 2006
  • Cheshire & Wirral Julian Whitehurst, Cheshire & Wirral Amphibian & Reptile Group, c/o Cheshire Wildlife Trust, Grebe House, Reaseheath, Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 6DA, 01829 770797, j.whitehurst@btinternet.com

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    Chris G-O
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    Posted: 26 May 2006
    Not sure how active the Cheshire group is, but you can also try the North Merseyside Group and the S. Lancs Group.
    - Merseyside: Peter Tipping, North Merseyside Amphibian & Reptile Group, 8 Greenacre Road , Woolton, Liverpool , Merseyside L25 0LH, 0151 2804869, patipping@hotmail.com
    - Lancashire and Greater Manchester: Amphibian and Reptile Group of South Lancashire, David Orchard, 106 Thicketford Road, Tonge Moor, Bolton, BL2 2LU. 01204 529312l; 07817 373853. argsl@btinternet.com

    cheers
    Chris
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    Ben D
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    Posted: 29 Jun 2008

    there is a herp group on the Wirral I may be checking it out for the first time this week: -

    http://www.wirralherp.net/

    ben, cheshire


    herpetologic2
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    Posted: 03 Jul 2008

     

    Thats a herp keeping society so dont hold your breath about native herps as often keepers dont seem to be very active in the field work side of things though I could be wrong.

    I would contact Dr John Baker ARG UK support Officer for more information on getting together with other volunteers in the area

    www.arguk.org

    J


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