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New Red Squirrel Woodland Signs

Posted On: Fri 19 Jan 2018 Posted In: News Posted By:

Anglesey is now known globally as a red squirrel haven and many tourists come from far and wide to catch a glimpse of these cheeky gingers. Anglesey has been a red squirrel stronghold since grey squirrels were removed from the island. Over the last 21 years the population of reds has gone from strength to strength, from an all time low of 40 individuals to a high of nearly 800 today. Red squirrels are relatively safe on Anglesey, however, as the population increases and their habitat decreases, more and more reds are being run over on our roads. One of the hotspots for red squirrel roa... read the full story

Clocaenog Forest Training Day: 19th February 2018

Posted On: Fri 19 Jan 2018 Posted In: News Posted By:

Clocaenog Forest Training Day need more helpers, see poster below for details of how to book on the next training day - 19th February 2018.  read the full story

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Posted On: Thu 04 Jan 2018 Posted In: News Posted By:

If you are on FACEBOOK you can keep up to date with all our work and community action to safeguard red squirrels across north Wales. https://www.facebook.com/groups/143610382316300/ read the full story