The rugged Atlantic outpost of Skokholm Island is a bird sanctuary of global importance. In the 1920’s it became a center of world ornithology when pioneering naturalist, and prolific writer, Ronald Lockley took up a Robinson Crusoe like existence here. But the island has fallen on hard times and the buildings have been boarded up and abandoned.
This series tells the inspiring story of the island’s restoration against the back drop of a full season in the company of the island’s rare and magnificent wildlife.
With a stellar cast of volunteers, puffins, shearwaters, storm petrels, guillemots, razorbills and gulls, this series also tells the story of Ronald Lockley, with unique access to a previously unseen archive of photographs.
2013 / 138 minutes on 1 disc / color
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