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There is so much to see around Scilly's coastline, if you know what you're looking for and take the time to really look!  These excursions are fantastic for those who haven't quite acquired their sea-legs or prefer viewing wildlife from terra firma!

Join our Education Ranger for a guided coastal walk out and around a part of St Martin's.  Looking for wildlife and Scilly treasures not just on land but at sea too; who knows what characters you might see? 

Maybe the elusive Scilly Shrew, Green Tiger Beetle, our incredibly special St Martin's Ant?  Possibly even Porpoise, Dolphins, Seals or our some of our internationally important breeding seabirds?

Everyone welcome! Nothing is guaranteed but every session is different!

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St. Martin's Community Hall, St. Martin's, Isles of Scilly

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