A new YouTube film, entitled Lundy, the Glory of the Bristol Channel has recently been produced by LFS member Rob Durrant. It clearly fulfils a need, both for those who don't know Lundy and those who do but appreciate being reminded of some of its treasures.

A thorough expert-guided tour of the Bristol Channel's famous island of Lundy, with particular emphasis on the birds, animals, wildlife, and scenery of the island, showing why it is worth visiting and what to look out for. It is narrated from the viewpoint of a traveller on MS Oldenburg, Lundy's supply ship, starting from Bideford and returning to Ilfracombe. Includes rock-pooling, visit to the village and farm, interesting features of the South end, a walk to the North Light, exploration of the contrasting East and West coasts, including the free-running herd of Lundy ponies, Highland cattle, Atlantic Grey Seals and pups, breeding seabirds, including Puffins, Manx Shearwater, Kittiwakes (all at risk species), Fulmars, Guillemots, Razorbills, and feral Sika deer, goats, and Soay sheep, seasonal changes, including Spring flowers and Autumn storms and the Autumn bird migration. Created from extensive filming over a five year period.

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