Reptile Sightings


  • Adder
  • Grass snake
  • Slow worm
  • Common lizard

About the map

Each of the icons shown on the map represents an individual sighting. If there is more than one sighting in the same area a blue grouping icon will be shown – zoom in further to see individual sightings. The map is powered by Google Maps so adding a sighting is simple as the map allows you to zoom in and pinpoint the location of the sighting.

The data collected will be used by Trust conservation staff to help inform the direction of our efforts for reptiles in the county. Any personal details you supply such as name and email address will be stored on our secure database and not shared with any third parties. The details of your sighting may be passed to the Suffolk Biological Information Service and the Suffolk Amphibian and Reptile Group (SARG).

Submit your own

If you have been lucky enough to spot a reptile, please let us know by marking your sighting on the map. Your records will help us identify opportunities to target action for Suffolk’s reptiles and may even uncover unknown populations.