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Reptile Survey  - Survey Square Information

You need only complete this form once for each reptile survey square. Fields marked with an asterisk and/or highlighted in yellow are compulsory.
Your Details: Date: 18/03/2018
Name* Address
Telephone Postcode
Can we contact you if necessary?  

Landowner Details:-    
Name Address
Telephone Postcode
Is the landowner/manager willing to be contacted if any follow up is required?

Square Details:-    
Square Grid Reference (Format 2 letters and 4 numbers*
e.g. SX1234)
Approx. extent of likely reptile habitat (%) % Artificial refugia laid
(numbers and materials):
Approx. extent of ‘key areas’ surveyed (%): %
Was permission refused for any areas?
Approx. length of route in ‘key areas’ (km): kms

About the Square and Surrounding Habitat:-
Which of the following best describes reptile habitat in your square?
Reptile habitat: typical patch size?   hectare(s) (ha)
Site Designations in your square:    
SSSI (or ASSI) YES  NO Other Nature Reserve YES  NO
County Wildlife Site (SNCI etc) YES  NO National Park YES  NO
National Nature Reserve YES  NO No designations YES  NO
Local Nature Reserve YES  NO Do not know of any designations YES  NO
Habitat types – approx.. cover of each (%): (try to achieve a total of 100% !)
Arable farmland  % Sand dunes  %
Bog/Marsh/Fen  % Scrub - continuous  %
Brownfield  % Scrub scattered  %
Grassland - rough/long  % Urban/suburban/industrial  %
Grassland - short  % Water/beach/estuary  %
Herbs  % Woodland - coniferous  %
Lowland Heathland  % Woodland - deciduous  %
Manmade surfaces  % Woodland - mixed  %
Moorland  % Other (Please specify)  
Rock/bare ground  %  %

You have now completed the Reptile Survey Square Form. Simply click on the [Submit] button below and wait for confirmation that the details have been entered into the database.

NARRS is led by Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) in partnership with ARG UK and many other partners. Through volunteer-based surveys, we aim to monitor the conservation status of all UK amphibian and reptile species. Click on the buttons or links to each side for more information.
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