Smooth Snake

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Common Name Smooth Snake
Scientific Name Coronella austriaca
Interest Level
5/5
Related Species Snakes
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Habitat Reference H1: Dry Heath
Summary

A numerous but rarely seen snake species on the Dorset heaths but nationally rare.


 

 

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Birds of Poole Harbour 1
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The original tweets from which these records have been derived:

Record Datesort ascending Recorded at Recorded by Tweet
16/07/2017 - 22:00 Retweet RT @ChrisRoly: On #WorldSnakeDay black adder and 3 smooth snakes found today during licensed survey on Dorset heathland @ARC_Bytes @Dorset…
24/04/2017 - 18:15 Birds of Poole Harbour 2/2 Woodlark, Willow Warbler, hirundines, Whimbrel, Stonechats, Smooth Snakes, Common Lizards, Slow Worms and more @RSPBArne @RSPBSouthWest
Name of species Smooth Snake
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