National Amphibian & Reptile Recording Scheme

The NARRS scheme brings existing surveys for our rarer species together with volunteer-based surveys to collect data on more widespread amphibians and reptiles. There is growing concern that even our widespread species are in national decline.

The UK's reptiles and amphibians including the grass snake, adder and the Great Crested Newt.
Amphibian and Reptiles
Farmland, Grassland, Heathland, Towns and Gardens, Woodland, Upland, Wetland, streams and rivers
UK wide
UK wide
NARRS is led by Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) in partnership with ARG UK and many other partners.
How to take part:
Sightings can be submitted all year

How to get involved

It is never too late to submit results (online or paper copy), but the sooner after your survey the better. The easiest way to submit your widespread species results is to use the online forms available here. You can also send us copies of your paper forms if you prefer (available here) 

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