Red squirrel in Pentre-Berw.

by Graham Johnson
(Pentre-Berw Anglesey)

Dear Wil


A red squirrel has been visiting my garden most days for the last couple of weeks. I have mounted a squirrel feeder but so far he has ignored it and prefers to use the birds feeder. Graham

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by: William

Hi Graham

Cute and amusing are just two of their species features. I guess you can add bleedin' uncooperative to that as well.

We're now going to be living through a period of great fear and uncertainty and I hope that mediatating on and watching Mother Nature at her most wonderful will offer you respite.

We can find beauty in the largest of panoramic views or even in the smallest of innocent gestures.

I am still convinced that members of the local Red Squirrel trust have been driving around the Anglesey at night and dropping little bands of squirrels like the Lysander did flying into enemy territory during the Second World War. Either that, or the little critters have been taking the bus.

I send you and your family and friends my very best wishes.

It's time to be kind and caring.

Thanks for writing.

William Gerwyn

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