Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels

Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels

 

New sightings signal red squirrels’ return to Aberdeen city parks and gardens

128 Feeder Box-4 (c) Raymond Leinster square For the first time in many years, red squirrels have been spotted at Aberdeen’s James Hutton Institute and near the University of Aberdeen— a promising sign that this charismatic species is making a comeback in the city.  … read more

  • 15th Nov 2017, by Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels
  • News

Local update: getting into the squirrel spirit

201710 Balmaha square Conservation Officer Mary-Anne Collis gives us an update on what’s been happening in Argyll, Trossachs and Stirlingshire. … read more

  • 10th Nov 2017, by Mary-Anne Collis
  • Blog

Where have all my red squirrels gone?

6LR (c) No Bad Photos square They may not be visiting our gardens as often, but autumn is one of the busiest times of year for red squirrels. It's also the best time to get out into nature and see them in action as they prepare for the winter months ahead.  … read more

  • 18th Oct 2017, by Gill Hatcher
  • Blog

Call to report red squirrel sightings in Dumfries & Galloway

63 red squirrel-3525 (c) Steve Gardner square Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels is calling for the public to report more red squirrel sightings in Dumfries & Galloway to help paint a truer picture of the region's native wildlife. … read more

  • 10th Oct 2017, by Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels
  • News

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Project partners 

Scottish Wildlife Trust Forestry Commission Scottish Land and Estates
 
Scottish Natural Heritage Red Squirrel Survival Trust RSPBHeritage Lottery Fund

 

 

 

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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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