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Wildlife sites

If it's wild and wonderful on Bryher, St Agnes, St Martin's or St Mary's it is probably cared for by The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust. We also look after all the uninhabited islands, many historical sites and most of the coastline.

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  • 'Waves of heath' 360 photo spin - Small islands Mike McFarlane travelled over 5,000 miles by bike, photographing some of the UK's most amazing wild places and the work of the Wildlife Trust's. Please enjoy exploring some of Scilly's small islands.
  • 'Waves of heath' 360 photo spin - St Mary's Mike McFarlane travelled over 5,000 miles by bike, photographing some of the UK's most amazing wild places and the work of the Wildlife Trust's. Please enjoy exploring some of St. Mary's wildlife sites.
  • Wildlife Trust land holding The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust cares for approximately 60% of the landmass of Scilly and includes all of the uninhabited islands.
  • Our wildlife and historic sites If it's wild and wonderful on St. Agnes, Bryher, St. Martin's or St. Mary's it is probably cared for by The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust. We also look after all the uninhabited islands, many historical sites and most of the coastline.
  • Archaeology and history The archaeology of Scilly is internationally important - the many various remains scattered across the islands tell the story of at least four thousand years of human occupation.
  • Access We manage our land for people and wildlife, maintaining permissive footpaths and bridleways for people to access our wildlife sites or enjoy a walk around coastal footpaths.
  • Boating and exploring Scilly's seas Whether you choose to explore the islands by kayak, yacht, motor boat or by diving underwater there are things you can do to minimise your impact on the wildlife and wild places
  • Designations Scilly has many designations for it's wildlife, history and stunning landscape; find about them here.