Monthly Archives: January 2019

The Guardians of the Forth

Thursday 10th January comments: The Isle of May has a deep and rich history dating back to the seventh century with even a hint of Bronze Age settlements. However of all the human history on the island, the most noticeable … Continue reading

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The end?

Tuesday 8th January comments: The Isle of May; has it just lost a dear friend? Yesterday on social media Matt Brook and Mark Eaton reported the discovery of the above Guillemot (right photo) found dead on the tideline of Aberlady … Continue reading

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Visiting in April?

Monday 7th January Comments: Visitors to the Isle of May can have an amazing experience at any time of the year as every day is different from the minute we open on 1st April to the day we close at … Continue reading

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Plan a visit…

Thursday 3rd January 2019 comments: The Isle of May; ever thought about visiting? We are now a few days into the New Year and we are sure many people have started planning holidays, short-breaks or even day visits to local … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year and best wishes for 2019 from everyone connected to the Isle of May. The blog will be up and running again this season (starting this week) and I hope everyone continues to follow the stories from this fabulous SNH … Continue reading

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