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Red Squirrels Boost Tourism

Posted On: Tue 29 Oct 2013 Posted In: News Posted By:

Red squirrels have brightened up woodlands on Anglesey and their presence has also given a tourism boost to the island. The Trust have been working with a range of local business including Kingsbridge Caravan Park, HPB Henllys, Plas Coch, and the National Trust at Plas Newydd. The Bulkeley Hotel in the picturesque town of Beaumaris is working with the project to let visitors learn about red squirrel conservation. Built in the 1830s the Georgian building offers panoramic views of the Menai Strait and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond. The Beaumaris area has a large red squirrel population ... read the full story

May 25 2014 – Event

Posted On: Tue 15 Oct 2013 Posted In: Events Posted By:

May 25th 2014 The Wonders of the Red Squirrel – 11.00 am Discover the hidden treasures of NewboroughForest. The fascinating habitat of the Red Squirrel will be revealed to you along with the lives of other species that take refuge in the forest. Newborough is the location of the first successful red squirrel reintroduction in Great Britain and is home to the most genetically diverse population in Wales. Start: NewboroughForest Llyn Parc Mawr Car Park SH 413670 Length & Grade of Walk: Circular 2 miles (with option to add a second 2 miles) Leaders: Dr Craig Shuttleworth read the full story