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I was hoping for a sand lizard amongst all that lot!
Me too! Time running out. Only a couple of commons today.
Sand lizards start hibernating a lot earlier than the common lizards, many adults go down at the end of August. There might be the odd one or two hatchlings still out but that might be it until spring...
I'll post a picture of some sand lizards so you know what to look for in the spring and one of some hatchlings
Thanks. Really enjoyed spotting them this year and will be looking again next year.
Lat/Lng: 53.6, -3.1
OS grid ref: SD2912