Our grey map is one of connectivity – joining dots of likeminded people around the British Isles who care about our native biodiversity and want to save the red squirrel. It is not intended as a directory of grey squirrel culling but rather as a show of volunteers who are keen to communicate with others in their region on the shared quest of controlling an invasive destructive alien species. Initially the map will appear sparse until the database grows and gathers momentum. Actual addresses will not be published on the map but the concept is to offer enquirers in a given region their nearest support, through consented direct email or mobile phone, supplied individually by BRS volunteers.
If you are one of the thousands of individuals and small groups controlling grey squirrels across the British Isles, get yourselves on the Map so that others can contact you to form local networks. The more information you can give in a link the better, but otherwise just provide a location (nearest town or village), a first name, email address and/or mobile phone number. Please contact us to get your grey control on the map and make it more effective with a message to us giving permission for your link to be shown on the Map.
Click on the links in your area on the Map if you need help with grey control or want to get involved.
To view the list of all locations or to filter the map, please click on the icon on the left of the top bar.