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Further details of the herp workers meeting 2005 can be found on the Froglife website at:

 

 
 
 
 The programme is copied below for convenience
 
 
 

Amphibian and Reptile Workers Meeting 2005

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Saturday 5th February

10.00  Registration, tea and coffee

11.00  Introduction and welcome

11.10  Investigations into smooth newt status in Northern Ireland Dr. Robbie McDonald, Quercus

11.40  How common is the common toad? Research into declines in Common toads Sue Young

12.10  Adding or subtracting?  Kent Adders in Decline Project  Dr. Lee Brady

12.40 - 13.30 Lunch

13.30  The whys and hows of monitoring reptiles and amphibians? Chris Gleed-Owen, The HCT

14.00  Workshop session 1

15.30  Tea and coffee

16.00  Workshop session 2

17.30  Successful funding, successful project ~ The Herefordshire Ponds and Newts Project Richard King and Will    Watson, HART

18.00  Programme ends


Saturday Evening

19.00  Celebration Dinner

20.00 23.00  Social evening

The photographic image in amphibian and reptile conservation Graeme Skinner, Naturally Wild

Have I got newts for you?   Quiz with Jim Foster


Sunday 6th February 2005

10.30  Registration, tea and coffee

11.00  Workshop session 3

11.30  A European Pond Network Andrew Hull, Liverpool John Moores University

13.00  Lunch

14.00  Workshop roundups

14.30  Community involvement in managing cSACs Jacinta Williams and Matthew Ellis TBC

15.00  Tea and coffee

15.30  Review of aquatic and terrestrial trapping methods for the great crested newt Jim Foster, English Nature

16.00  Newts and aliens - Investigating impacts of Crassula helmsii on newt breeding and conservation Samantha Langdon

16.30  TBC

17.00  Summing up and close

17.10  Programme ends


Displays from a number of organisations will be on show throughout the conference

 
 


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