• ÖTILLÖ Swimrun ~ Leaving nothing but footprints

    Friday 2nd December, 2016

    Isles of Scilly Swimrun Event 2016 ~ Photo: ÖTILLÖ FaceBook Page

    Following on from this years success the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Series is returning to Scilly in 2017 and we are pleased to announce that not only are they once again liaising closely with the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust regarding the race route but we are also their charity partner.

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  • Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. A Message in A Bottle....

    Monday 21st November, 2016

    Plastic Bottle in Rocks, Scilly ~ © BareFoot Photographer

    On the 16th November 2016 a letter was sent out across Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly and beyond the Tamar. The letter was from the Cornish Plastic Pollution Coalition and was sent to our MP's & Councillors, the British Soft Drinks Association, the British Food & Drink Federation, the British Plastics Federation, the Duchy of Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly Steamship Group, Defra Ministers, Shadow Ministers and many other individuals and organisations across our beautiful county and beyond. What was in the letter....?

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  • Higher Moors Appeal 2016

    Tuesday 4th October, 2016

    Higher Moors Appeal ~ Stephen Sussex Hide

    This year we are trying something a little different. A direct appeal to everyone who loves Scilly, whether resident or visiting. We are asking you to help us ensure that the Stephen Sussex Hide at Higher Moors remains open.

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  • Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust YearBook & Newsletter Available Online!

    Thursday 1st September, 2016

    The day has finally arrived; happy 1st September to all of our supporters! The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust YearBook and August Newsletter are now available to view online and download.

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  • Celebrating our seas with National Marine Week

    Thursday 21st July, 2016

    Rockpooling in Scilly ~ © BareFoot Photographer

    This year the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust is celebrating National Marine Week (23rd July to 7th August 2016) and we are inviting everyone to join in. We have a whole range of activities and events taking place over the "Week" (which is actually two weeks!) and for those of you that can't join us there's no excuse as you can access activities through our website!

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  • Chemical Management of Bracken ~ Summer 2016

    Monday 11th July, 2016

    Toll's Hill Fields; restored grass & heathland species ~ © BareFoot Photographer

    Although some Bracken is good it is a very dominant plant and, if not controlled, it will take over the landscape; suffocating many of our other wildflowers which are not as fast growing. Throughout Scilly's history Bracken has been used by locals in various ways; i.e animal bedding, fuel, packing materials, but as this now happens less and less the way that Bracken is managed also needs to change.

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  • Summer Bracken Cuts ~ 2016

    Thursday 9th June, 2016

    Rangers cutting between the Memorial Trees ~ © BareFoot Photographer

    Each year the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust embarks on a programme of Bracken (Fern) cuts across the Islands; for more information regarding this years' work please read on!

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  • Otillo Swimrun World Series Comes To Scilly

    Thursday 9th June, 2016

    Pendrathen across to St Martin's ~ © BareFoot Photographer

    Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust Head Ranger, Darren Mason, has been working closely with Race Director and Founder of Swimrun, Mats Skott, in order to finalise the Otillo Swimrun World Series race route in Scilly.

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  • 30 Days Wild

    Tuesday 31st May, 2016

    Lying amongst the Eggs & Bacon and Sea Pinks, Bryher ~ © BareFoot Photographer

    This June, can you do something wild every day for a month?

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  • Boardwalks and Bridges and Access to Nature....

    Tuesday 17th May, 2016

    The new bridge at Lower Moors made from recycled plastic

    (You'll thank me for this. Sing the above in the style of "My Favourite Things". Go on! You're welcome!)

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