Images of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park

Wildlife Surveys

Red squirrel

Squirrels

The Scottish Wildlife Trust is collecting information on the distribution of red and grey squirrels right across Scotland. Both red and greys live in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and you can help map out where they are by recording sightings at www.swt.org.uk. For further information contact:
 
 
Lewis Pate
Project Officer
Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority
Carrochan
Carrochan Road
Balloch
G83 8EG
Tel: 07825 972 434
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Water vole

Water voles

You probably know the water vole better as Ratty in Kenneth Graham's Wind in the Willows. But it is also a small mammal that was once common in our riverbanks and waterways. Their numbers have declined sharply over the last few decades and we would like to find out just how many there are in the National Park and where they are living. You can help by telling us where and when you see them.
 
For further information contact:
 
James Silvey
Water Vole Project Officer
Chair of the Trossachs Water Vole Steering Group
Tel: 07909892460
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Please also contact James to report any mink sightings.