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In truth, there is a somewhat smaller school who consider the decline of the Red squirrel may have more to do with some poor choices in respect to our management of their habitat than the introduction of the Grey squirrel, although this is not as widely accepted as the aforementioned theories.Here I will cover these four schools in turn, although the coverage will be brief – if you want to know more, I have given some references that will provide you with a far more comprehensive account.There were also several introductions in Scotland (including Edinburgh in 1913).

Further declines were recorded between 19, which were attributed to the timber demands imposed on the country during the World Wars and a number of exceptionally cold winters.

The first verifiable release in Italy was during 1948, when four squirrels (2 male and 2 female) were released at Stupinigi in Piedmont (a province of Turin in northwest Italy), while subsequent releases include five animals into a park at Villa Groppallo in Genoa Nervi (on the Italian Riviera) during 1966 and three pairs released into an urban part at Trecate (a province of Novara in northwest Italy).

A survey in 1996 estimated the Italian Grey squirrel population (the entirety of which appear to be in the northwest provinces) at between 2,500-6,400 individuals. Currently there are three main schools of thought on the subject: Greys are actively fighting with and driving out Reds; Greys are out-competing Reds (for food, space, breeding sites etc.); and Greys are spreading disease to Reds, which is causing populations to contract.

Historically, there have been many introductions of the Grey squirrels into mainland UK forests. Brocklehurst released a pair of Greys into Henbury Park near Macclesfield in Cheshire, when their attraction as pets waned. Brocklehurst started something of a trend and releases continued for the next 50 years.

There are records of releases (usually from private/pet collections) dating back as far as 1828 (in this case Denbighshire, North Wales), although the first verifiable record is from 1876, when a Mr. In her 1954 paper to the , Monica Shorten lists the documented release sites of Greys and from her data some of the most significant releases -- in terms of helping to establish a wild population -- include Richmond Park in Surrey where 100 were released in 1902, Regent’s Park in London where 91 were released between 19 and Woburn Park in Bedfordshire where ten were released during 1890.Although it is certainly true that Greys have increased their populations at a spectacular rate since their introduction, work by Anglesey Red Squirrel Project biologist Colin Shuttleworth suggests that, in appropriate habitat (i.e.



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