Reptile Habitat Management Handbook
by P. Edgar, J. Foster andJ. Baker
Edition: 1st., 2010
This handbook explains how to create brash and log piles, reptile banks, grass snake egg-laying heaps and sand patches for sand lizards. The handbook also includes simple ways of incorporating reptile conservation into land use outside nature conservation areas, including farming, forestry, transport corridors, golf courses, gardens, allotments, churchyards and utility sites. Although habitat management is the subject of this handbook, a summary of species management issues is provided, outlining the conditions under which reintroduction of native species, or control of non-natives, may be appropriate conservation actions.