Join the Alderney Wildlife Trust and witness some of Alderney’s most iconic species LIVE on camera. 2015 will see the return of Puffincam and the establishment of our brand new Gannetcam. But that is not all! We will also be bringing you our brand new venture, Project TAG which will track the movements of our Gannets LIVE. You will be able follow the birds on an online map and find out exactly where they are going when they are not on Ortac, you might even be able to spot them on Gannetcam!
The Alderney Wildlife Trust and South East Grid for Learning Associates also bring to you Living Islands: Live which follows the seabird season with LIVE webcams from the heart of the colonies.Living Islands: Live is an exciting cross curricular education project which will return in 2015. This offers schools the opportunity to bring nature into their classrooms. Using the dramatic lives of seabirds and Alderney’s wildlife, this project links directly to the Keystage 1 & 2 curriculum, and is an effective way of teaching Science and Literacy skills, and promoting pupil creativity and confidence. Click here to learn more.
As an educational project LIVE is a truly remarkable way to inspire and connect children to nature.
LIVE provides children and teachers a window into a remote and uninhabited seabird island. It offers interaction between experts in the field, curriculum linked resources for a wide range of subjects, and through live web links enables schools to get involved with wildlife first hand.
LIVE brings British wildlife directly into the classroom!
Miranda Krestovnikoff (President RSPB) Alderney Wildlife Trust Patron since 2007
The Puffins have left the island for Winter. They will return to Burhou next Spring. In the meantime take a look at our Vimeo to see some of the past years highlights.