By the end of October the MADRS grey control team had passed the 600 mark of grey squirrels removed from our patch. It is this essential work that is the greatest contributing factor to helping to safeguard our endangered native reds. However, without the support of the public who report sightings and also from private households who monitor traps in their gardens, we would not be able to achieve these results. As always it is the ‘many a mickle meks a muckle’ approach that collectively produces these outstanding results. (‘Many a small makes a big’ for those who are struggling with my grannies old saying). Read more>>
Morpeth & District Red Squirrels – Winter 2016
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