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Easter Funday in Wonderland

SAM_2661 Paul McDonald (Project Officer for Argyll & the Trossachs), Lorna Hutchison and Samira Takla (SSRS Volunteers) spend Easter Sunday engaging visitors at The Lodge Visitor Centre, Aberfoyle. … read more

The Adventures of Sandy the Squirrel

Project Officer Steve enjoys a catch-up with our old friend Sandy the Squirrel. … read more

It's Showtime Folks

Preparing for a talk in Glasgow … read more

SNOW DAY!

Snow squirrel (c) Paul McDonald Paul McDonald, Project Officer for Argyll, the Trossachs and Stirling, has fun in the snow. … read more

  • 4th Mar 2015, by Paul McDonald, Project Officer for Argyll, the Trossachs and Stirling
  • Blog, Inspirational

Black and white or shades of grey?

Grey squirrel on branch (c) Elliott Neep, neepimages.com Paul McDonald, Project Officer for Argyll, the Trossachs and Stirling, explains the science behind grey squirrel control. … read more

The life of a feeder box

Wood Recyclability trainees (c) Wood Recyclability Ltd Many of you will be familiar with the simple (but effective) feeder boxes we use for our surveys of red and grey squirrels - but did you know how they are made? Project Officer for North East Scotland, Steve Willis, explains all. … read more

Making tracks

Red squirrel tracks (c) Emma Rawling Winter is a fantastic time to see red squirrel tracks which are hard to see the rest of the year. Emma Rawling, Project Officer for South West Scotland, gives us her top tips for spotting red squirrel tracks. … read more

This year's sightings

 
 
 

Programme leaders

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