by Mourne Heritage Trust 2010 Red Squirrel Group/Mourne Heritage Trust/Forest Service (DAERA-NI)
by Keith Laidler 1980
published by David & Charles
by John Gurnell 1987 published by Christopher Helm
2004 Advice Note. United Kingdom Red Squirrel Group.
Wildlife Trusts 2004 Information Sheet 4. Red Alert North East. Newcastle upon Tyne.
by Pepper, H.W. 1993
Research information note no. 235. Forestry Commission. England
2008 National Parks and Wildlife Service and Environment and Heritage Service. Northern Ireland Environment and Heritage Service
byO’Neill, K. and Montgomery, I., 2003 Queen’s University and Environment and Heritage Service (now NIEA) Report. Belfast.
by J.F.C. Dutton 2004 European Squirrel Initiative.
ISBN No. 0-9547576-0-3.
byGurnell, J., Lurz, P. and Pepper, H. 2001 Forestry Commission. Edinburgh.
A national group dedicated to saving the red squirrel, carrying out major restoration projects across the UK
A broad umbrella organisation for all regional groups, lots of general information and advice.
The Northern Red Squirrel Group are a ‘network of voluntary action’ providing a community and resource for all independent squirrel groups in the north of the UK.
Regularly updated with science-based report about red and grey squirrels.
A European Wide group lobbying at top levels to ensure the protection and conservation of red squirrels throughout Europe.
The Forestry Commission has useful leaflets and publications giving guidelines on supplementary feeding red squirrels, squirrel pox virus and controlling grey squirrels (FCPN4 (revised). Any legal regulations they refer to apply to England and may not apply to Northern Ireland.