Wildlife watching in the Channel Islands
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Recent Channel Islands news
- Rescued ploughshare tortoises start first European breeding programme
- Conservation students from around the world gather in Jersey
- Endangered Lesser Antillean Iguana breed at Durrell
- Measuring the threat to Jersey’s birds
- Durrell’s pied tamarin work honoured
- Caribbean’s rarest species given lifeline by education
More Channel Islands news
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Birding on Alderney
Alderney, at just 3 square miles, has more than 270 species of birds recorded amonst its very diverse habitats, and is particularly well know for its gannets and puffins.
Read more about the birds of Alderney and how to see them