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July 08, 2017


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Calumma Ecological Services

  • Calumma Ecological Services

    Calumma Ecological Services is a Kent based ecological consultancy that specialises in protected species surveys and habitat assessments.

About Me

  • Lee and Erin

    As principal ecologist for Calumma Ecological Services, I am able to put my interest in reptiles and amphibians to good effect. Like most folks that work with wildlife, my activities extend beyond just 'the job' and I am also involved with several local conservation groups. Being the county recorder for reptiles and amphibians in Kent certainly helps me to fill in those spare moments when I'm not busy with the kids!


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Kent Reptile and Amphibian Group

  • KRAG

    For more information about Kent's reptiles and amphibians visit the Kent Reptile and Amphibian Group's website.
  • Submit a Record
    Have you seen a frog in your garden pond? Better yet an adder while out walking?! If you would like to let KRAG know about an amphibian or reptile observation, please complete the online recording card.
  • Recording Diary
    KRAG organises a full programme of events throughout the year. For more details about forthcoming attractions, visit the KRAG web site.
  • Old Blog Posts Still Available
    Archived posts in the old blog are still available - and will be for ever if I don't work out how to import them into this new site!

Amphibian and Reptile Group of South Lancashire


    For more information about the reptiles and amphibians found in Lancashire, visit the ARGSL website.