Spring into action with Plantlife: Managing your mini-meadow for reptiles and amphibians

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Grassy areas, including mini-meadows, can be great for reptiles and amphibians. This session will explain how a combination of appropriately timed simple management tasks and the creation of habitat features can significantly increase habitat suitability for reptiles and other species. Suitable for mini-meadow owners such as gardeners, community groups, urban parks or smallholdings. 

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Plantlife is working with partners, communities and individuals to re-build a world rich in plants and fungi. This event is free but if you would like to donate to support our work you can add an optional donation. Plantlife relies on its members and donors. The more you give, the more plants we can save. Thank you.  

View the Spring into action with Plantlife full programme.  

Pete Hill has been observing and studying herpetofauna in the UK since childhood, and for the past decade has been employed by Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC). Pete advises Natural Resources Wales and the Welsh Government on amphibians and reptile conservation.

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Via Zoom®
Wed 23rd Feb 2022
2:00pm GMT
60 mins