What we do Projects Environmental Education Our Events & Activities Here you'll find a little information about the types of events that we run, if you want to find out what is actually on offer and when then visit our Events & Activities Page Rockpool Safaris & Seashore Detective - Ever wondered what the weird critter is attached to the rock, when you've visited the beach? Now's your chance to find out! We'll meet some of our less well known residents; discovering Sea slugs, Squat lobsters, Pipe fish, Dog whelks, Strawberry Anemones, Starfish, Clingfish, crabs and much more! We'll also learn about the not so boring Limpet and seaweeds such as Gutweed, Sea Lettuce & Kelp! Insect Safaris - Creepy Crawlies are not everyone's cup of tea but we are pretty confident we can change your mind! Don't be put off if you don't feel the love for the bugs, come along, learn a little about their lives and you may just find it in your heart to view them a little differently! Wildlife Walks - Why not join a member of our team for a guided walk? These are a fantastic opportunity to explore the wild side of Scilly and get to know some more about our local plants and wildlife. Wildlife Safaris - The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust team up with St Agnes Boating to bring you Wildlife Safaris every Wednesday; departing from St Agnes Quay at 13:00 from April through to September. Trips usually take in the Western Rocks where we expect to see Puffins, Manx shearwaters, Guillemots, Razorbills, Shags and Fulmars, Dolphins, Porpoise, Sunfish, Seals & much more (during the breeding season). You will also discover the fascinating world of Marine Plastics and learn about the work that the Trust is doing to clean up Scilly's beaches as well as the debris effect on our wildlife. Puffin Cruises - Please bear with us, content coming soon! Our Events Policy Each event ticket is £5 per individual; the events programme is part-funded by the Isles of Scilly Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Our events are family-friendly, unless otherwise stated, and are open to all including adults without children Children under 8 must be accompanied by a responsible adult Events are usually limited to 25 attendees, unless otherwise stated; please book early to avoid disappointment. Please ensure you wear weather and terrain appropriate clothing. Events will go ahead in most weathers; we will only cancel events if there is a health & safety risk to attendees. In the unlikely event that the session is cancelled by the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust, you will be contacted and offered an alternative date. We do not issue refunds; if you are unable to attend or if we cancel the event and you cannot make the alternative date offered, the payment you have made for your ticket(s) will be classed as a donation towards our vital work to safeguard the Islands landscapes for current and future generations of islanders and visitors. To find out more about how we are funded please see our “how we are funded” page.