We are fortunate to have red squirrels living naturally in the wild across the whole of our area of operation and we do everything we can to protect them.

Our rangers and volunteers work tirelessly to ensure that grey squirrels do not become established so, if you see a grey squirrel or a red, especially if the red looks unwell…

Don’t delay! Contact your area ranger today.

Click on the map below to find out which ranger is responsible for protecting red squirrels in your area.

How to report a sighting

How to report a sighting

1) Download the What3words app from below or Click here
2) Click the map on screen to see the ranger contact details for your area
3) Call, text or email the ranger your 3 word location – e.g. vertical.dash.chiefs
(Tip: refresh your What3Words several times when it opens for the first time to get an accurate location)

For sightings outside of our area please go to Northern Red Squirrels web site (Click here)

Unable to use What3words app? No problem! You can also send a 6 figure grid reference to the relevant ranger. You can find grid references at Grid Ref Finder (Click here)

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