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Parched.

Sunday 22nd July comments: WHAT a summer the Isle of May is having. We are currently in one of the driest and warmest summers we’ve experienced in recent memory and it shows across the island. In March we had heavy … Continue reading

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Onwards!

Thursday 19th July comments: The Isle of May is one busy place. The hustle and bustle of the seabird city continues to change as young birds grow up and some are now even fledging. The first Pufflins are now moving, … Continue reading

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Pufflin Strikes back…

Tuesday 17th July comments: The drama of being an Isle of May Puffin chick…. The battle to survive and to find your way in the world is something every seabird chick on the Isle of May will face in its … Continue reading

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Pufflin or Puffling?

Saturday 14th July comments: The Isle of May is home to over 40,000 pairs of Puffins and it’s the time of year when the youngsters start leaving their burrows and fledging. After 40 days down a dark, damp burrow the … Continue reading

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Walkers…

Wednesday 12th July comments: The Isle of May NNR has walkers….. we’re pleased to announce its not something from an apocalyptic world but indeed Pufflins on the march! The Puffins on the east coast of Britain started nesting late this … Continue reading

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One for the Family

Wednesday 11th July comments: A date for the diary! It’s the school holidays and if you are looking for a fun day out, look no further than our special Family Festival, celebrating Scotland’s seabirds with a host of fun activities including: Face … Continue reading

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Seabird update

Sunday 8th July comments: The Isle of May is in full swing as the breeding seabirds are full of busy feeding hungry youngsters. As we head into mid-July here is the latest news from the Isle of May colonies; Puffins … Continue reading

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