Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels

Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels

 

Pine martens and squirrels

pine_marten_2 Scotland's pine marten population continues to grow in numbers and expand in range. The popular press have picked up on the findings of some fantastic research carried out in Ireland that was published last year. Here Dr Emma Sheehy, explains more about what she found and what she is studying here in Scotland. Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels works closely with Dr Sheehy and we await her results from the current study. Read on to find out more.  … read more

Knitadermy

image1 A guest blog from Rosy of Deeside Knitwits. Rosy and the Knitwits have recently made some truly amazing knitted red squirrels which they have gifted to SSRS. Here's a bit of background into what they do and how it all started! And if you didn't know what 'knitadermy' was, you soon will! Over to Rosy.....  … read more

See you in a few years...

photo 3 Paul McDonald, Project Officer for Argyll & the Trossachs, is very sad to be leaving the project this week. Please continue to report your sightings on this website! … read more

See you in Callander!

Last weekend I took the Squirrel stall to Blair Drummond Safari Park, this Saturday I'm off to Callander. … read more

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This year's sightings

 
 
 

Programme leaders

Scottish Wildlife Trust Forestry Commission Scottish Land and Estates
 
Scottish Natural Heritage Red Squirrel Survival Trust RSPB

Recent squirrel sightings

 

 

Seen a red or grey squirrel recently? Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels needs your help. Please report your squirrel sighting using our dedicated online sightings page. This will help us get a clear picture of red and grey squirrel distribution across Scotland.

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