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National Trust repair fencing on Squirrel Walk and offer tips for spotting a Red Squirrel in Formby

Earlier this week the rangers were made aware of damage caused to the fencing along squirrel walk.

The team have since been out to make the area safe by removing broken and displaced sections. We’re assessing the damage and considering whether the fencing needs replacing.

For some time we haven’t provided food for red squirrels. This is because group feeding can increase the spread of squirrel pox.

Red squirrels are solitary creatures and roam freely right across the site and local area foraging on a wide variety of natural food. For this reason, fencing off this area of the squirrel walk is potentially no longer needed.

Top tips for spotting a red squirrel 🐿

🤫 Keep quiet: Squirrels can be curious, but they are easily frightened and will freeze or hide if scared by noise.

👂 Listen: You may hear squirrels as they run up and down trees, chew on pine cones or chatter in the tree tops.

👀 Watch: Look for nibbled pine cones on the floor and movement in the trees - a bouncing branch or the flick of a tail round a tree trunk.

🤔 Wait: Stand still or sit down. Take time to check your area and always look up.



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