Based on Puffin Island, North Wales, we focus on seabird research, with the aim of increasing the understanding of the biology and ecology of several species.

Current participants in seabird research on the island include members of: ThSCAN ringing group, The University of Liverpool, The University of Roehampton, Bangor University and the RSPB. 

For more information navigate using the sidebar and keep an eye out for updates in our News section. 

Latest News
  • New publication We are pleased to announce our latest publication from work carried out on Puffin Island: Collins P, Green JA, Dodd SG, Shaw P & Halsey LG (2014) Predation of black-legged ...
    Posted 27 Mar 2014 07:31 by Philip Collins
  • Seabird Group Conference Puffin Island was represented at the recent 12th International Seabird Group Conference in Oxford. Phil Collins presented a poster entitled 'Identification of kittiwake behaviour: a multi-sensor approach'. 
    Posted 25 Mar 2014 03:43 by Jonathan Green
  • New Student Today we welcome Nikki Fairweather, MSc student in Conservation and Resource Management from the University of Liverpool to the Puffin Island Seabird Research group. Nikki's study will focus on ...
    Posted 4 Feb 2014 02:00 by Jonathan Green
  • Monitoring updated I have updated the page showing annual productivity of shags and kittiwakes. As Phil reported earlier in the season, it was a bad year for kittiwakes......Monitoring
    Posted 25 Mar 2014 03:44 by Jonathan Green
  • Season's End A colour dyed Kittiwake with chicks.The Puffin Island 2013 field season has come to an end. July 31st marked the last trip for this season, and unfortunately this ...
    Posted 22 Aug 2013 01:49 by Philip Collins
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