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Viviparous or Common lizard (Zootoca vivipara) basking in the early spring, Cannock Chase, Staffordshire. - Danny Green/2020VISION

Coffee Morning - Reptiles of Surrey

Location: Online, via Zoom
Join us for virtual coffee and slither into the fascinating world of Surrey’s reptiles with Jamel Guenioui

Event details

Meeting point

via Zoom


10:00am - 11:30am
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About the event

Join reptile expert Jamel Guenioui to uncover Surrey’s slithering snakes and lizards and get a taster of this fascinating world lurking in our gardens, ponds and nature reserves.

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Free to members and volunteers

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Suitable for

Adults, Experts, Beginners
Jamel Guenioui

About Jamel

“Jamel has been fascinated by the natural world for many years and has a keen interest in herpetology. He studied Zoology with Animal Ecology at the University of Wales, Bangor and graduated with first class honours in 2005. Following this he has nearly ten years of countryside management experience on a variety of habitats including ancient woodland, lowland heathland, and wetland.

Dedicated and highly motivated, Jamel has experience of carrying out surveys and writing reports for Preliminary Ecological Appraisals, site management plans, specialist amphibian and reptile surveys and assisting with bat surveys. As an improving botanist he is a member of the Surrey Botanical Society and holds a committee position within the Surrey Amphibian and Reptile Group managing the reptile survey and monitoring effort across Surrey. Jamel holds an exemption licence covering the rare reptile species and a class licence for great crested newt survey work. Outside of work he juggles family life with voluntary roles and an interest in photography.”