Oral Contraceptives ‘Could Reduce’ Grey Squirrel Populations

New research into the possibility of using oral contraceptives for grey squirrel population control appears to be yielding positive results, with the strategy being touted as an option for non-lethal methods of species management. Funded by the UK Squirrel Accord (UKSA), the study has found that oral contraceptives could, in fact, reduce grey squirrel populations

Artificial Pine Dens Installed To Curb Grey Squirrel Advances!

In an attempt to protect the red squirrel populations along the east coast of Scotland and the A9 corridor, Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) has unveiled plans to install more than 30 artificial pine marten dens to try and prevent grey squirrel migration in the region. Studies show that having pine martens in the vicinity

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