20 November 2012

Wildlife and Roads: Froglife’s Latest Newsletter

Froglife is very excited to announce that our biannual newsletter Natterchat has had a makeover, with the new Autumn/Winter edition now available.  We’ve all been busy working away on exciting new content and design and printed copies have been winging their way to Froglife Friends.  An online version is available here.

The theme of this edition of Natterchat is Wildlife and Roads.  The extended publication features an article on road ecology by Froglife’s Conservation Coordinator Dr Silviu Petrovan, as well as summaries of some related research and policy by Paul Furnborough and Rob Williams.  There is also an interview with author Hugh Warwick, Froglifer James McAdie filling us in on an educational project in Peterborough, and trustee Professor Roger Downie sharing stories from Trinidad and Tobago.  Check inside for a couple of book giveaways too!

the new edition of Natterchat, with cover photo by Dave Kilbey
One new feature is our What I’m Up To page – where we are find out more about what volunteers, supporters and general amphibian and reptile enthusiasts are doing to help.  This time, we meet the lovely Annemarie, whose beautiful garden in Scotland is a haven for frogs.  If you would like to share your actions to inspire others in the newsletter, or you have a suggestion of someone who’s doing something wonderful for wildlife, do let us know. Please get in touch with Sam.Taylor@froglife.org 

We really hope you enjoy Natterchat and find something there to make you think, try something new, or learn more about the amazing amphibians and reptiles Froglife works to conserve.

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