There are a range of community volunteer opportunities that you can get involved with, from helping to put up camera traps and feeders to enthusing the public and schoolchildren about red squirrels and teaching them how they can help too.
You can find out more by contacting one of our conservation partners. Visit Northumberland Wildlife Trust or Lancashire Wildlife Trust in England, Red Squirrels Trust Wales or The Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales in Wales and Ulster Wildlife in Northern Ireland.
Alternatively, if you don’t live in area with red squirrels, why not adopt one of ours?
|Northern Red Squirrels (Northumberland, Cumbria and Merseyside)|
|Red Squirrels Trust Wales (Anglesey and Gwynedd)|
|Glens Red Squirrel Group (North East of Ireland)|
|Mid-Wales Red Squirrel Project (Tywi Forest and around the Llyn Brianne Reservoir)|
|West Tyrone Red Squirrel Group (Omagh)|
|North West Red Squirrel Group (Derry)|
|Tollymore Red Squirrel Group|
|Fermanagh Red Squirrel Group|
|The Ards Red Squirrel Group (County Down)|
|Ring of Gullion Red Squirrel Group (Ring of Gullion and Cooley)|