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The Red Squirrel Group

To protect and help maintain the population of red squirrels in the Ring of Gullion and Cooley area.

Red Squirrel Group

Monitoring and Recording

Recording sightings of both red and grey squirrels is important so that the group has an idea of where, approximately how many and what species of squirrel there are in the area.

If you want to see a red squirrel in the Ring of Gullion and Cooley area, there is a good chance you will see one during autumn and winter in the needleless larch trees where they feed on the seeds of the larch cones.

If you would like to record a squirrel sightings please click on the ‘Report a Sighting’ button below.

Report a sighting of a squirrel on CEDaR

If you would like to become a member please click on Become a Member and submit your details. You can get involved in surveying red squirrels with the group, download the method by clicking here.

Image from The Irish Squirrel Survey – Michael Carey, Geoff Hamilton, Alan Poole and Colin Lawton.

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