A special place... The Isles of Scilly are one of only two places in England where Manx Shearwaters breed
Under threat...The Isles of Scilly hold 3,000 fewer pairs of breeding seabirds than 25 years ago
We need YOUR help to protect our important seabird heritage
Presenter Mike Dilger, Jo and Steve from BBC inside out have been filming the project this week
Thanks to Toby, Rachel and Otto for helping us this week as part of 'pitfall and data entry week'. Come back again!
So that is it for this year's collecting the data for the 'ecological monitoring of the wider species', this week we have been analysing the pitfall contents and entering all the data.
Each Friday, a wildlife guide points out the wildife to passengers onboard. This week they saw lots of seabirds and whales!
We have a had a few reports of suspicious droppings lately, so far it is shrew droppings, but please keep us posted if in doubt!
Lovely seabird walk and seashore ramble as part of Walk Scilly 2014
IOSWT resident volunteer rangers joined our trainig today, to learn how to keep the islands rat-free
Phil Clarke pointed out the seabirds and other widlife seen from the Scillonian, this week there were plenty of 'Manxies' and a couple of Balearic shearwaters about too...
Each Friday, a wildlife guide points out the widlife seen from the Scillonian III. This week it was an ideal day for seabird and cetaceans with almost flat calm conditions, so little was missed with a full ship load of eager watchers.