Using camera traps to survey for squirrels

…the squirrels can sometimes spend a lot of time munching on their free food if nothing disturbs them. In fact, in one instance, it seemed like a red squirrel had a wee after-lunch nap on the box platform! Even with this method we tend to get hundreds of photos, sometimes thousands! I personally love conducting camera trapping; you never know… […]

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All things invasive with the Scottish Invasive Species Initiative

…in on one of the pop-up stalls. Our programme of events can be viewed on our website at www.invasivespecies.scot/news-events We’ll be posting lots more information and facts this week about invasives species and what you can do to help, on our social media channels, so if you want to learn more follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.    … […]

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VolunteerFAQs

…available. Please refer to this page in the first instance, but if you have a question that is not covered here you can contact your local Conservation Officer or Community Engagement Officer, or email the project at squirrels@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk   Last updated: 30 March 2022 GENERAL Where does funding for the new project phase come from? Funding for the new phase… […]

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This Year's Sightings