Help the Solway Forests with your best red squirrel snaps

…region’s red squirrel populations. If you live in the Solway Forests area and would like to get involved, you can contact the Network at solwayforestsrsn@gmail.com Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels is supporting volunteer networks across South Scotland, with the aim of developing new networks in all our priority areas. Contact us to find out more about what’s happening in your area…. […]

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Award for a Red Squirrel Champion

…Group at kbt.squirrel@gmail.com   Sarah is the Community Engagement Officer for South West Scotland. If you would like to volunteer your time to help the Kirkcudbright Red Squirrel Group, whether you would like to assist with woodland surveys, administrative work or volunteering your time at events, please get in touch with her on 07342 035332 or by email at scooper@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk… […]

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A red squirrel first for Luss Estate

…be essential to ensure this trend continues. To keep up momentum and ensure our work is as effective as possible, we need more detailed information on what’s happening on the ground. Whether you’re a local or a visitor to the National Park you can help by reporting any sightings of both red and grey squirrels via our online sightings form…. […]

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New Frontiers for Volunteers

…their red squirrels are relatively common and healthy compared to ours. They aren’t battling a larger competitor, nor the diseases brought by them, like our red squirrels are. Squirrel pox is a horrible, debilitating disease that kills the red squirrels that is carried by (some) grey squirrels which seem to be immune to the disease. If we could reduce the… […]

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