Sunday 5th April comments: During these unprecedented and difficult times, it’s nice to be able to keep in contact and enjoy the natural world in the comfort of your own home. You can still keep in touch with the Isle of May through a variety of means, all from your screen and check out some of them below, you might be pleasantly surprised!
Visit the Isle of May visitor page on our website which gives you links and more information about the reserve, including how we and we manage such an important place. The link:
Social media is more up-to-the-minute and we have several channels for keeping in touch with the reserve and the staff.
Blog: We have the islands blog which is updated 2-3 per week bringing you all the news and views from behind the scens from the work we do to the life amongst the seabirds. Link: https://isleofmaynnr.wordpress.com/
Facebook: A new Isle of May Facebook page was set up last year and well worth a follow: https://www.facebook.com/isleofmayNNR/ We also have a National Nature Reserve facebook site, which has contributions from all the reserves across Scotland and found here: https://www.facebook.com/ScotlandsNNRs/
Twitter: Our two active reserve staff, both the manager and assistant tweet frequently (the reserve manager possibly tweets too much!) and they can be found here: David Steel @SteelySeabirder and Bex Outram @BexOutram You can also follow the regional twitter account of the Forth: @ForthNatureScot whilst also following the organisations twitter feed: @nature_scot
So plenty to keep you connected and hopefully things will be back up and running in the early summer, so keep in touch and enjoy the Isle of May, your way in your home 🙂