Volunteers at the 2019 Red Squirrels United Knowledge Fair by Holly Peek

Get involved with your local red squirrel conservation group and help protect red squirrels for future generations.

Conservation of the UK’s red squirrels would not be possible without the time and energy dedicated by passionate volunteers. Follow the links below to find a local group close to you:

Scotland: https://scottishsquirrels.org.uk/network-directory/

Northern Ireland: https://www.daera-ni.gov.uk/articles/red-squirrel-groups-northern-ireland

Northern England: http://www.northernredsquirrels.org.uk/nrs-groups/member-groups-map/

North Wales/Anglesey: http://www.redsquirrels.info/

Clocaenog Red Squirrels Trust: https://clocaenog-rst.org/

Mid-Wales: https://midwalesredsquirrels.org/get-involved/local-group/

South West England: http://www.northernredsquirrels.org.uk/nrs-groups/groups-from-other-areas/

UK and Ireland: https://www.facebook.com/squirrelsTheGreyArea

Wooler Red Squirrel Group Chairman Mike Allport talks about his passion for endangered red squirrels and their conservation, and efforts in Northumberland to protect their future.

There are also a number of projects and partnerships working to coordinate red squirrel conservation in different areas of the UK:

Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels: www.scottishsquirrels.org.uk

Red Squirrels Northern England: www.rsne.org.uk

Red Squirrels Trust Wales: www.redsquirrels.info