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September 2021

Seabirds, Surveillance, and Sheep on Auskerry

On an unseasonably warm day for September Holly and the Biosecurity Officer for the Orkney Native Wildlife Project (ONWP), made our way over to Auskerry from Kirkwall. After a smooth sailing (apart from a very choppy patch in the middle!) we made it to the small island in just over...

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August 2021

A first surveillance check for the Flannan Isles

On Sunday 18th July, I returned from five nights on North Rona with the MarPAMM Seabirds Count team. The team was ready for a restful day – but you can’t waste a weather window when it comes to petrel surveying, so instead we prepared for an early start, and by 6am Monday morning we were on our way back to the Flannan Isles!

Sarah Lawrence Biosecurity for LIFE Officer, Scotland

August 2021

Return to North Rona

In mid-July, almost a month after Tom had set up biosecurity surveillance for the first time on North Rona, I returned to the Western Isles to re-join the MarPAMM Seabirds Count team as they prepared to complete Leach’s petrel and European storm-petrel surveys on North Rona and the Flannan Isles.

Sarah Lawrence Biosecurity for LIFE Officer, Scotland

July 2021

What do Shetland’s seabirds and Caribbean iguanas have in common? Sharing experiences of saving species through biosecurity

In this blog we welcome Sarah Havery, Senior Species Recovery Officer who recently spent two weeks assisting Holly in Shetland as part of her sabbatical and thinking how projects either side of the Atlantic can work together to promote good biosecurity

July 2021

Biosecurity progress on Fetlar

In this blog Holly, our Biosecurity Officer in Shetland, talks us through the recent work she has been doing with the community on Fetlar.

Biosecurity for Life Officer RSPB, Scotland

July 2021

#BiosecurityBites no.2

Welcome to this #BiosecurityBites

Thomas Churchyard Biosecurity for LIFE Project Manager, Scotland

July 2021

A long day trip to the Flannan Isles

In this blog our Biosecurity Officer Sarah recounts a long and tiring day to the Flannan Isles to set up rodent surveillance and count the seabirds.

Sarah Lawrence Biosecurity for LIFE Officer, Scotland
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