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Isles of Scilly sites designated as Marine Conservation Zone
The Isles of Scilly Marine Conservation Zone is one of 27 areas to be recently designated.
360 degree virtual, audio visual tour
Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust landscape scheme features in remarkable series of audio-visual tours.
The Wildlife Trust show on Radio Scilly
Listen to our show on Radio Scilly 107.9FM every Wednesday between 12 and 1pm. For your latest news and information about Scilly's wonderful wildlife.
Wildlife Information Centre
Situated on St Mary's quay off the waiting room - a wealth of wildlife information awaits you.
The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust manages 60% of the land in Scilly, both on inhabited and uninhabited islands. This land is home to a wonderful variety of wildlife habitats, creating and maintaining these is a delicate balancing act. Habitats require regular action to conserve them for the benefit of wildlife and to maintain access for people.
Seabird Recovery Project
The Isles of Scilly are internationally important for seabirds with 20,000 breeding birds of 14 different species. The Seabird Recovery Project seeks to safeguard the seabird colonies in Scilly and reverse their population decline.
Volunteering is a great way of gaining experience in countryisde management, learning new skills and getting out and about in the fresh air.
Notes from the Conservation Warden
Darren Hart, The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust's Conservation Warden gives a personal update on land management work.
© 2014 Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust. Charity and company limited by guarantee: Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust Limited.
Registered Charity Number 1097807, Registered Company Number 0472669. Affiliated to The Wildlife Trusts.
Patron: His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales