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Answering your questions about the Isles of Scilly’s most unusual visitor – a Walrus – provided by BDMLR, Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust, Cornwall Seal Group and the St Mary’s Harbour Team.
Love Scilly? Take part in our first ever digital raffle this Summer to be in with the chance of winning one of our fantastic Scilly prize collections!
Current Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust Chief Executive, Sarah Mason, is leaving Scilly after 8 years of leadership and 23 years within the Wildlife Trust family to take up a new Chief Executive role in the North of England.
Be a Citizen Scientist with the Seagrass Project! Read more
"Bee" a Citizen Scientist with the Bumblebee Conservation Trust. Read more
The Isles of Scilly Community Archaeology Group will be meeting on Nornour in August. Read more
Bats were once common in Scilly but by the 1990’s they seem almost to have disappeared. This is undoubtedly down to habitat loss, improvements to barns and buildings which they would have roosted in and food availability, compounded by the use of insecticides on farms. Due to changes in these practices, bats numbers appear to be recovering. Read more
When you hear the word “meadow”, where does your imagination take you? Join Ambassador Steve Backshall & Comms Officer Nikki Banfield for what may be a surprising trip into Scilly's underwater world! (Originally written for S-Magazine | Isles of Scilly Travel) Read more
April heralds the return of our regionally, nationally and internationally important breeding seabirds, including our loveable "awkward Auks". Read more