Learn how to recognise and record reptiles

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust applied for a grant of over �150,000 which will transform grassland into a mosaic of habitats at Potteric Carr just outside Doncaster.

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust applied for a grant of over �150,000 which will transform grassland into a mosaic of habitats at Potteric Carr just outside Doncaster.

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A Doncaster nature reserve will give people the chance to learn and recognise reptiles in a special summer session.

Reptile expert Debbie Fieldsend will lead a training session at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve on Sunday at 11am.

The session will focus on reptile identification, as well as how to survey for them.

People attending the session will leave the session with the skills to tell an adder from a grass snake and a slow worm from a common lizard, and how to fill and submit reptile survey forms.

The event is free, but normal admission charges apply.

Booking is essential, which you can do by calling 01302 570077 or emailing potteric.carr@ywt.org.uk.