Sightings

FOR THE ATTENTION OF SPAMMERS - THE CONTENT YOU ADD TO OUR SIGHTINGS IS IMMEDIATELY DELETED AND NO ONE BUT THE SITE ADMINISTRATOR SEES THEM SO YOU ARE WASTING YOUR TIME!

The map above shows your red squirrel sightings in northern England over the last 3 months that have been submitted through this page. Click on the sightings in the map to find out more about them.

To report a red squirrel sighting, click here.

If you have seen a grey squirrel, you can report it to Northern Red Squirrels by clicking here.

This information is vital in helping to monitor changes in squirrel range and in planning conservation work. Below is a map of red squirrel sightings from 2016 generated from different types fo records: sightings submitted online and by phone/email, records from red squirrel groups, records from RSNE staff and biological records . Sightings such as yours are added into these maps, and represented as red squirrel presence in 2 x 2km squares. Note that records of red squirrels in Scotland are dealt with by Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels and can be submitted online at http://www.scottishsquirrels.org.uk/.