Events

KRAG Annual General Meeting

A chance to meet the KRAG team and catch up with what we’ve been up to over the past year.  More importantly, we will have three illustrated talks on the herp. issues of the day and they look to be real crackers too:

Andew Buxton A new conservation strategy for GCN in the south Midlands
Nathan Nicholls Little Houdinis: An investigation into the limitations of bottle trap design and its implications for amphibian conservation
Rick Hodges Desiccation: a constraint to reptiles living on chalk grassland

All are welcome and there is no charge.

Amphibian Ecology and Survey Techniques

This course is being run in partnership with Kent Wildlife Trust as one of their Wildlife Study Days and is an open course which gives participants the opportunity to learn about native amphibians and how to survey for them.  This event also acts as the required training for those wishing to join the Great Crested Newt Monitoring Project.

Cost: £33 (£5 discount for concessions)

Those who submit amphibian records to KRAG after attending the course will receive a full refund

An Introduction to Amphibian Ecology and Surveying

This course is being run in partnership with Wildwood and is an open course which gives participants the opportunity to learn about native amphibians and how to survey for them.  This event also acts as the required training for those wishing to join the Great Crested Newt Monitoring Project.

Cost: £30

Those who submit amphibian records to KRAG after attending the course will receive a full refund

Reptile Ecology and Survey Techniques

This course is being run in partnership with Kent Wildlife Trust and is an open course which gives participants the opportunity to learn about native reptiles and how to survey for them.  The afternoon will be spent at a nearby reptile site.  The cost for this course is £33 (£5 discount for concessions).

 

Reptile Ecology and Surveying

This course is being run in partnership with Wildwood and is an open course which gives participants and introduction to the native reptiles of the UK.  The morning session will be held inside and it will be followed by a visit to a nearby site where KRAG are monitoring reptile populations.

Cost: £30