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A 1st for Red Squirrel conservation in N. Ireland. The translocation of Red Squirrels to establish a new population of Reds. This was part of a joint project with several squirrel groups across N. Ireland. The two groups that were able to successfully move squirrels were the Tollymore Red Squirrel Group and we the […]
Sad to see but a common site on some of our roads in the Glens. We have noted a small drop in road kills over the last 4 months but this may be as they are being picked off the roads by foxes, crows and other hungry animals. You should report roadkills as well […]
A Big thank you to those who took part in today’s walk in Breen and became members!! Lots of things seen! Birds, plants, lots of frogs and the sound of frog love with the highlight of seeing a Red Squirrel!!
For those on the walk it was their 1st red squirrel, we were able to […]
Thanks to Denise McKeegan for this video of a red in the garden hiding nut!! keep them coming we love to see your Glens Squirrels!
Red squirrel in the Glens! He's been taking peanuts from the squirrel feeders and hiding them in the field all morning! Great fun to watch!
Posted by Denise McKeegan on Saturday, 18 February 2017
Join the Glens Red Squirrel Group for a woodland walk at Breen Forest on Glenshesk Road this Sunday 19th February 10:30, we will try and see if we can spot some of the shy reds that make Breen their home and the other wildlife that may comes along. Come along and enjoy this wild jewel […]
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More videos from the 2nd of the groups new monitoring sites after the reported sighting of a grey squirrel, no grey squirrel has been seen over the 2 weeks of monitoring. A red squirrel found the feeder 7hrs after the feeder was installed. We now have two reds using the feeder. We have seen […]