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Scilly and Climate Change

Our changing climate is already affecting wildlife in Scilly. Join our Interim CEO, Julian, for a brief exploration of our changing world and a handful of examples of differences we are noticing already...

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Author: Nikki Banfield

Isles of Scilly Community Archaeology Group

The Isles of Scilly Community Archaeology Group will be meeting on Gugh in December

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Location: Guhg,, Isles of Scilly

Datasets & Drones: Scilly's Seabirds ~ A Round-Up of 2021: Part One

We entered our 2021 annual Seabird survey season with a spring in our step, after the disappointments of 2020 whereby the main survey windows were missed as a result of Covid-19. Annet surveys were back on the table and our full monitoring went ahead as planned; with interesting findings once again!

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Author: Nikki Banfield

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  • Scilly and Climate Change

    Our changing climate is already affecting wildlife in Scilly. Join our Interim CEO, Julian, for a brief exploration of our changing world and a handful of examples of differences we are noticing already... Read more

  • Datasets & Drones: Scilly's Seabirds ~ A Round-Up of 2021: Part One

    We entered our 2021 annual Seabird survey season with a spring in our step, after the disappointments of 2020 whereby the main survey windows were missed as a result of Covid-19. Annet surveys were back on the table and our full monitoring went ahead as planned; with interesting findings once again! Read more

  • Working with Bats in Scilly

    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