Possible sand lizard burrows in the sand
NOTE: The sand lizard is strictly protected under the Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981 (as amended) and the Conservation (Natural habitats &c.) Regulations 1994 (as amended). Capturing, disturbing, injuring and killing sand lizards is prohibited, as is damaging or destroying their breeding sites and resting places.
- Look for a south facing bank reptiles like to bask early in the morning
- if you require a licence to photograph something get one|! dont risk it you can look at fines up to £5000 and 6 months imprisonment.
- id recommend a long lens as they are very skittish and most attepts to get close will result in them running away.