Grey Squirrel on Anglesey

by Chris Pendleton
(Brackley, Northants)

Dear Wil


We've been looking out for Red Squirrels in Mynydd Llwydiarth at Pentraeth for a couple of years.

Haven't seen one yet but we did see a Grey last year ago at the north-east end of the woods.

Might be worth seeing if there are any still there.

Chris & Val Pendleton




Dear Chris and Val

Thank you for contacting me and sharing your information.

I'm sure you've read the latest missive on my Red Squirrel page that the Welsh Assembly is going to be spending more money and effort to isolate the Red Squirrel communities here on Anglesey and in Mid Wales.

Forgive me if I don't give out the grid co-ordinates, as I like both Reds and Grays.

I hope that you do see the little Red Squirrels when you next visit because they are the cutest little things you can ever hope to see - short of grandchildren.

Thanks again and please let me know if you make a sighting.

Warmest regards

Wil

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