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History of Harlington Alloment & Garden Society

Grass Snake Rescue 

Grass Snake

Grass Snake - Scientific name:
Natrix helvetica

As cold-blooded reptiles, grass snakes spend the coldest part of the year in hibernation. A variety of hibernation sites may be used, provided they are warm and humid. Tree root systems, fallen trees, compost heaps and rabbit warrens are some of the places that may be utilised. Snakes will normally begin to hibernate in October or November, emerging in March or April.

In 1939

Harlington is located in South Yorkshire

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