30 Days Wild - can you do something wild every day for a month this June?
Please help us protect the birds of Alderney by taking care on beaches and reserves and keeping dogs under close control
Puffincam 2016 - watch our puffin colony on Burhou
T.A.G. - track where our gannets go to forage
WATCH is the junior part of the Wildlife Trusts. Alderney and Sark WATCH have plenty of in-island members, but also a large number of enthusiasts who live on the UK mainland and visit regularly. Our picture galleries and archives show something of the range of activities these busy WATCH groups undertake.
The birds are back, with large puffin rafts now off Burhou, good weather and beautiful wild flowering. This will be the first of many great exploration trips to discover Alderney’s Wildlife, experience its history and generally get out on the water.
After the seabird wreck event in early 2014 there was great concern for the seabird colonies in and around Alderney's Ramsar site. Our ecologists have collected data throughout the seabird breeding season, along with marine and terrestrial surveys, as part of the Ramsar Management Plan and produced a detailed analysis of the breeding season and impacts caused by the wreck event. The full report can be downloaded here.