Safeguarding the future of the Islands finest landscapes.

Cornwall Marine Coastal Code

Marine wildlife is easily disturbed by humans; we are in their space after all! Click here if you have seen marine wildlife being disturbed and you want to report it

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Author: Sarah Mason

Winning for Scilly Wildlife

Join our new Lottery, Winning for Scilly Wildlife, to help us look after Scilly's wildlife & natural beauty, and be in with the chance of winning £25,000!

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Author: Nikki Banfield

Making Space for Nature

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.

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Author: Nikki Banfield

Our impact

678 

Hectares of land actively managed for nature 

1,121

People engaged in nature (virtually)

53

Scheduled monuments protected

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  • Isles of Scilly Community Archaeology Group

    The Isles of Scilly Community Archaeology Group's second meeting is planned for the year, in May 2021, on Bryher! Read more

Latest blogs

  • Awkward Auks & when to see them…

    April heralds the return of our regionally, nationally and internationally important breeding seabirds, including our loveable "awkward Auks". Read more

  • Tean's Teeny Tiny Tenants

    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

  • Our Wonderful Wetlands

    We may be a ‘wet’ nation, but wetlands – wildlife-rich, carbon-capturing oases – are in shorter supply than you might think. Wetlands have largely been removed from our landscape, and this loss is a problem not just for nature, but for people too. Read more