Snakes and lizards added to wildlife survey

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For the first time in its 36 years, the RSPB are asking participants of their Big Garden Birdwatch to log some of the other wildlife they see in their gardens.

To help build an overall picture of how important our gardens are for giving wildlife a home, this January, slow worms and grass snakes have been added to the list of the wildlife survey.

Participants don’t have to see and count these other species during their Big Garden Birdwatch hour, just fill in the form to tell the RSPB whether they have ever seen them in their gardens, at any time of year.

Register to take part in Big Garden Birdwatch 2015 at from December 15.