An opportunity to learn about these fascinating reptiles’ ecology and how to identify both species and habitat. The training course will be led by John Robson Grundy who is vice chair and training officer for NERAG. The day will consist of an indoor morning session in Blaydon followed by outdoor field work at Gibside, where John worked for three years helping with habitat management and survey work for grass snakes. Further details will be provided on booking. To book call the Durham Wildlife Trust Office on 0191 584 3112. This course is part of the Geology & Wildlife Surveyors Project delivered through the Land of Oak & Iron, funded by Heritage Lottery Fund.