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Reptilewatch JE 2024 - Free Training Event

The annual Reptilewatch training event returns in 2024.

Date and Time: Saturday, March 16th · 10am

Location: Frances Le Sueur Centre, St Ouen.

Reserve your place via Eventbrite

What is Reptilewatch JE?

Reptilewatch JE is a project that aims to gather sightings of Jersey’s reptiles to help assess their conservation status, distribution and habitat requirements.

Reptile Watching - Summer activity.

The Jersey Biodiversity Centre (JBC) is excited to share a fantastic free summer activity to spot wild reptiles across the island.  You need to spend 30minutes visually looking for reptiles and count what species you saw and how many. There are four native reptiles you could spot and by sharing your survey you can help in their conservation. 

Think Grass Snake

A message from Sam Napaul: 

I'm a JICAS masters student, working with the natural environment department, carrying out a small radio-tracking project on jerseys grass snakes. The aim of the project is to monitor the habitats the snakes use by tracking their ranges and daily habits. I have obtained all the licensing required, but now i need your help!

If you find a grass snake, please contact me directly on 07748595527.

Reptile guide for Jersey

Slow Worm Anguis fragilis

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Looking very much like a snake these reptiles are actually legless lizards.