All project sites are now benefiting from an increase in staffing, which over the past two breeding seasons has allowed us to introduce a monitoring scheme to record breeding activities, success rates and disturbance. Also wardens are making use of nest cameras, infra-red and night vision equipment for tracking predators: working across sites in partnership, with more flexible, mobile operations; carrying out diversionary feeding and initiating more effective engagement with stakeholders – critical to the long term future of little terns.

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