Reptiles are found in a wide range of places, from moorland to woodland ridges. Reptiles are fascinating animals but are now very rare, meaning our work to help protect vital habitats has never been so important. Most lay eggs, but some give birth to live young, they live in an array of habitats and are often quite shy.
We would like to know more information about the habitats of reptiles in Northumberland National Park, and we need your help. If you encounter any of the species described below please click here to help us to map their distribution by filling in our Reptile Survey.