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04 May 2008 12:19 #34 by Gordon
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Trevor Woodford has reported from last week watching a red squirrel sitting on a branch eating lichen. How many other red squirrel sightings do people have?

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04 May 2008 12:20 #35 by Gordon
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I used to see them regularly on the Hornbeam at Abernyte Farmhouse, but haven't seen them there for a couple of years. The Forewood above Whitehills still has a good number and the recent efforts there to reduce the number of greys has helped that.

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22 Jun 2011 19:06 - 22 Jun 2011 19:06 #419 by Harvey Carruthers
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Linda & Andrew have had a juvenile Red Squirrel in the garden yesterday, Tuesday June 21st. Some people have all the luck!

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02 Jan 2012 09:04 #449 by Stephen Hole
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A red squirrel was seen with food in its mouth, on the road verge trees leading up the hill from Lochton, towards the Latch on 30/12/11

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04 Oct 2012 12:56 #530 by Barry C
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Heather has had a Red Squirrel feeding at one of her bird feeders. It’s not the first time that she has seen Red Squirrels in the garden, but it was 20 years ago!

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18 Sep 2018 16:18 #950 by Barry C
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Not strictly in the correct place, but yesterday I spotted a Squirrel running across the road, into our garden. It was not a Red, but a Grey! It is a long time since I have seen a Grey actually in the village. Probably a young one that has been pushed out by its parents and is looking for a new place to call home.

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