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The Trust continues to negotiate health and safety advice & guidance to ensure our nature sites “COVID-safe”; here's the latest update as we head towards Autumn migration.
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Much of Scilly is open to all but there are some areas that we request people do not visit to make space for nature; please respect our wildlife and the restrictions and guidelines in place.
Tean may be one of Scilly's larger uninhabited Islands but she is home to some of Scilly's smallest non-human inhabitants. Find out why our Ranger Team will be on Tean this week, the work they will be doing and why... Read more
It's 8am on a misty, murky day in Scilly and I'm sat in the stern of the rib, bombing out across the water from St Mary's towards Great Ganinnick. Tom and Ricky from IFCA are heading up the bow and we are all eagerly looking forward to the day ahead. Why's that I hear you ask? (If you didn't, then never mind as I'm excited and you're getting the answer anyway!) Well today, we're off to learn all about the green stuff that grows in the blue stuff... Read more
What do you think of when you hear the word fungi? For some, thoughts might turn to mouth-watering mushrooms, carefully foraged from a supermarket shelf. For others it might conjure images of fairytales, pixies perched proudly on the red and white caps of towering toadstools. But there’s so much more to these otherworldly organisms than meets the eye... Read more