Our newest camera, ‘GannetCam’, looks over the Les Etacs Gannet colony home to around 6,000 pairs of Northern Gannets from February to October each year, just 350 metres from the West cliffs of Alderney. GannetCam primarily focuses on Gannets nesting on ‘Pyramid Rock’, the closest rock in this magnificent seabird city to the mainland. The camera’s powerful zoom also shares images from the rest of the colony including guillemots on the lower reaches of ‘North Stack High’ and the dynamic tidal environment around the colony with occasional sightings of dolphins!

We hope you enjoy the views from GannetCam where you can follow the entire breeding story of each bird from courtship to fledging of chicks later in the season as well as magnificent behavioural interactions between individuals.

GannetCam is made possible through incredibly generous donations of time, expertise and funds. If you wish to support the work of the Alderney Wildlife Trust further, please get in touch or click the paypal link below, or adopt a Gannet by clicking here.  To find out more about our work in Alderney’s wetland of international importance, click here. Why not become a member of the trust to receive discounts on walks and tours as well as our exclusive magazine by clicking here.

If you have any questions or issues with the stream, please direct these to ramsar@alderneywildlife.org and we will get back to you as soon as we can. 

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Keep track of Alderney's puffins in real-time by heading to www.teachingthroughnature.co.uk/Enjoy the clips below! fb.watch/5ib8NGv3kk/ ...
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7 months ago

Living Islands: Live
Some of our highlights from Puffin Cam for the 2020 breeding season 🐧We hope you enjoyed watching and can't wait to welcome the birds back in spring 2021If you want to help support Puffin Cam remember you can donate to the AWT here:www.alderneywildlife.org/donations ...
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10 months ago

Living Islands: Live
Great news! 🐧 Main Cam is back up and running after our very brief visit to replace a cable at the weekend.Colony Cam is still great for views across the colony but Main Cam gives a more direct view of a few burrowsThis should hopefully now last until the end of the season www.teachingthroughnature.co.uk/webcams/Thank you so much to our Puffin Cam helpers - we're so lucky to have such brilliant volunteers to lend us a hand 🐧 🌊 ...
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