A ranger who helped double the population of red squirrels in the Lake District hosted a virtual talk about his work.

Josh Adams, now known as the 'Red Squirrel Ranger', discussed his efforts in Low Wood near Grasmere online on Tuesday night.

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Mr Adams said: "There has been a lot of work gone into red squirrel conservation, and a lot of work is needed in order for these squirrels to continue to thrive.

"I do feel that we need to create more opportunities for roles such as mine, for there are many hectares of woodlands I will not reach in time."