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Extreme weather, loud birds and fresh food by boat - could you live on a remote island?

20.04.2019
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The wardens of Britain's small islands talk about daily life with little more than thousands of puffins for company. By Patrick Barkham. Photographs by Alex IngramAfter supper, while Eddie Stubbings was washing up, huge flocks of puffins would come whirling past his kitchen window. Later, when the sun had finally dipped into the ocean, the Skomer night filled with the bizarre caterwauling of 350,000 pairs of manx shearwaters, which fly under the cover of darkness to burrows dotted across the small island."Living on the island was absolutely amazing," says Stubbings, 40. Alongside his partner, Bee Bueche, 41, he has completed six years working on Skomer, 720 acres of seabird-populated rocks off the Pembrokeshire coast. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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