Should I just release it in the garden or put him back where I have found it or should I find some hibernation spot for him? He seemed very cold as he didn’t run away and let me hold him.
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In reply to TeeJay:
TeeJay said:Also, you would be hard pressed to catch a lizard as they are extremely fast whereas newts are relatively slow moving.
Just out of interest.....I keep one or two ,lightweight ,larger children shrimping nets ,in the garden..
Have discovered over the years , that they generally assist in capturing,any injured critters,that may need the assistance of a friendly human.
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