Slow Worms - Anguis fragilis
During May - August 2007 we are conducting the safe capture and relocation of a colony of Slow Worms from a development site within our area. Slow worms look superficially like snakes, but are actually legless lizards. One way to identify them is that unlike snakes, lizards (and therefore slow worms) have eyelids. These "worms" range from 30 - 50cm in length.
As many developers today are finding wildlife on their sites, it is essential that the correct guidelines are followed to conserve our wildlife for the future, whether a protected specie or not.
For more information please contact us one 0800 970 2112