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Copeland Islands - solar powered recordings of puffin calls are played in hopes of attracting puffins to nest on the island.
Copeland Islands - 5.7g of goldcrest being ringed and recorded
Copeland Islands - 155g of water rail being ringed and recorded
Copeland Islands - mist net of the sort used to catch birds for ringing and recording
Record of birds ringed
Copeland Islands - East Hide perched above the sea
Copeland Islands - Heligoland or funnel trap used to catch birds for ringing and recording
Copeland Islands - Heligoland or funnel trap used to catch birds for ringing and recording
Copeland Islands - Fuchsia a plant originally from South America
Copeland Islands - East Hide
Copeland Islands - a Manx Shearwater burrow/nest marked as part of an ongoing study.
Copeland Islands - chamomile flowering on one of the island's grassy trackways which provide habitat for manx shearwater burrow/nests.
Copeland Islands - chamomile
Copeland Islands - ragwort is plentiful on the island but is poisonous to grazing animals. Cinnabar Moths lay their eggs on it and the caterpillars aborb the poisons to become poisonous themselves.
Copeland Islands - North Hide
Copeland Islands - North Hide
Copeland Islands

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