Froglife’s Dragon Finder

Dragon Finder aims to increase the knowledge of amphibian and reptile populations and to increase public awareness of their extinction crisis. Dragon Finder is designed to involve local communities in wildlife conservation as we strongly believe our mission can only be achieved with support from the public. Froglife has designed each Dragon Finder project to engage with a wide variety of audiences, especially those who may not normally have access to wildlife.

Scope:
Including frogs, toads, newts, snakes and lizards
Taxonomy:
Amphibian and Reptiles
Habitat:
Farmland, Grassland, Heathland, Towns and Gardens, Upland, Woodland, Wetland, streams and rivers.
Country:
UK wide
Region:
London, Scotland, River Nene
Organisations:
Froglife is a Campaign tile for The Froglife Trust Registered Charity
Funding body:
Froglife has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to run London Dragon Finder from October 2012 until March 2017.  Scottish Dragon Finder  started in January 2014 and will run for four and a half years. Froglife has also received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop River Nene Dragon Finder.
How to take part:
Froglife has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to run London Dragon Finder from October 2012 until March 2017.  Scottish Dragon Finder  started in January 2014 and will run for four and a half years. Froglife has also received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop River Nene Dragon Finder.

How to get involved

http://www.froglife.org/dragonfinder/events/ : Events page. There are dragon finder zones (badges to collect) Calling all fledgling Dragon Finders, your challenge, if you choose to accept it, is to collect all five Dragon Finder Zone badges! Complete each challenge and be rewarded with a badge you can post on Facebook.

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