Coronavirus: Self-isolating on island with just five people
You might think isolation would be an attraction for someone who chooses to work on an island with only five human inhabitants and thousands of rare birds.
Not necessarily so for Nathan Wilkie, 29.
The warden works on Skomer, off the Pembrokeshire coast, where puffins outnumber people by about 4,400 to one.
But when warden Nathan Wilkie developed a cough after the off-season break to the mainland, one of the UK's most-remote self-isolations began.