Fly away home! Photos from the recording on Coquet
Helen spent the morning with the wardens and their feathered friends
Welcome to Coquet Island!
Most visitors are only here for a flying visit of course...
Access to the island is prohibited
without special permission
The Lighthouse on Coquet
perched on the top of the hill
Helen meets RSPB Warden Paul Morrison, and Assistant Warden Wesley Davies
With the lighthouse in the background
The 'Puffin Piano' under construction
in the island workshop
Wesley Davies looks out across the south end of the island
while the birds make the most of the grey skies
Paul Morrison on the roof of the 15th century Monastery
It's the church where he got married!
A brand new board game, created by Wesley
Getting nest boxes ready for the arrival of the Roseate Terns
All carefully numbered and ready for putting out
Roseate Tern nesting box
on the shingle terraces of Coquet Island
Paul and Helen depart the island
Just in time, as the tide is turning