1 Grey squirrel bark stripping campaign toolkit
Toolkit to support the UK Squirrel Accord campaign to increase awareness and evidence of grey squirrel bark stripping through sharing images, videos and stories. Toolkit contains the campaign and UKSA overview, key messages, useful links, suggested text for social media and articles, and campaign images.

Grey Squirrel Damage - webinar - UK Squirrel Accord
Leading woodland professionals take part in a webinar to mark National Plant Health Week 2020. Discover more about the impacts and challenges created by grey squirrel bark stripping, and work to protect trees and tree health from this damage.

UKSA newsletter, April 2021 - newsletter - UK Squirrel Accord
UK Squirrel Accord newsletter. June 2020 includes a call for evidence of grey squirrel bark stripping, new reports on grey squirrel tree damage and costs, a look at Plant Health Week and Invasive Species Week 2021, new red squirrel research, and more.

UKSA newsletter, April 2022 - newsletter - UK Squirrel Accord
UK Squirrel Accord newsletter. April 2022 includes information on our grey squirrel bark stripping campaign for 2022, the new Red Squirrel Strategy for Northern Ireland, Volunteer of the Year 2021 winner, new RSNE squirrel reporting app, grey squirrel fertility control update, awareness week, and videos and blogs

UKSA newsletter, August 2021 - newsletter - UK Squirrel Accord
UK Squirrel Accord newsletter. August 2021 looks at September's Red Squirrel Awareness Week and events such as our red squirrel conservation update and the Great Scottish Squirrel Survey. Other news includes a look at our fertility control research, the Volunteer of the Year Award, grey squirrel tree damage evidence, and research papers on using PIT-tagging for measuring small mammal bait uptake and the suitability of urban refugia for the Eurasian red squirrel.

UKSA newsletter, December 2020 - newsletter - UK Squirrel Accord
UK Squirrel Accord newsletter. December 2020 includes a look ahead to events in 2021 e.g. our online fertility control update, progress on national plans/strategies, content on our new YouTube channel e.g. our grey squirrel bark stripping awareness video, results of the Great Scottish Squirrel Survey, and new squirrel research published.

UKSA newsletter, December 2021 - newsletter - UK Squirrel Accord
UK Squirrel Accord newsletter. December 2021 includes an update on our fertility control research (now in year four), Red Squirrel Appreciation Day 2022 - Twitterstorm, news from Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels, changes to forestry legislation in Wales, some of the latest red squirrel research, and a new Botstiber Institute for Wildlife Fertility Control European office.

UKSA newsletter, year-end 2019 - newsletter - UK Squirrel Accord
UK Squirrel Accord newsletter. Year-end 2019 includes an update on the fertility control research at the end of year two, a look forward to Red Squirrel Apreciation Day 2020 and the International Year of Plant Health 2020, and a thanks for all 2019 donations.