Monthly Archives: December 2018
All of us on the Isle of May wish everyone who works, visits and takes an interest in the island, a very Merry Christmas! Festive greetings to all from the team and hope you all enjoy wherever you are.
Wednesday 19th December comments: The Isle of May NNR is recognised internationally as an important site for wildlife from its thousands of seabirds to its important Grey Seal nurseries. It is also an important site for research with a number … Continue reading
Monday 17th December comments: We love a good migration story on the Isle of May NNR and today we received some exciting news about one of our seabirds from the island. During the summer of 2016 we managed to attract … Continue reading
Sunday 16th December comments: As we approach the end of the year on the Isle of May we have been looking back at the various highlights of the season. Today we look at the seabird breeding season which was as … Continue reading
Tuesday 11th December comments: Yesterday we took full advantage of the good weather to visit the Isle of May and deliver some important fuel deliveries. The high pressure weather system produced very little wind and as a result flat calm … Continue reading
(top from left to right: Rose-coloured Starling and Buff-breasted Sandpiper, middle: Short-toed Lark and Olive-backed Pipit, bottom: Thrush Nightingale and Greenish Warbler) Saturday 8th December comments: The Isle of May attracts migrant birds from all parts of the globe and … Continue reading