January: Monitoring of brown booby nests on Dog Island and Prickly Pear East, Anguilla begins

February: Winter seabirds in BVI commence with Jost Van Dyke Preservation Society and University of Roehampton

March: Feasibility study for eradictaion of rats on the West Seal Dogs, BVI produced


July: Univeristy of Roeahmpton and JVDPS attend and present at BirdsCaribbean meeting in Jamaica

June: New Roehampton University PhD studentship announced "Remote sensing of seabird energetics, behaviour & stress in Caribbean seabirds

April: BVI recovery planning programme begins!!
Leverhulme funded project through Univeristy of Roehampton begins!!

February : Four GPS-GSM loggers attached to Magnificent frigatebirds in BVI.

January: Two members of ANT staff visit JVDPS for training
GPS loggers attached to Magnificent frigatebirds in BVI & Anguilla


October: Arcmap GIS Training workshop for ANT & DCF

September: Brown booby tracking on Prickly Pear West
100 Colour rings put out on breeding Brown boobies, Dog Island.

August: Masked booby tracking on Dog Island

July: Seabird monitoring guide for Anguilla publshed

June: Masked booby tracking on Sombrero Island

June: Sooty tern tracking and seabird surveys, Dog island

May: Roseate tern surveys, BVI onboard Endeavor II
Assisted RSPB Biosecurity workshop attended by representatives from Anguilla, BVI, Turks & Caicos, Antigua, and Bahamas

April: Three satellite tags deployed on Magnificent Frigatebirds, BVI

February: Red-billed tropicbirds tracked on Dog Island using new nano GPS loggers

January: Magnificent frigatebirds tracked with GSP on BVI,

News 2013

November: 80 loggers retrieved from Brown boobies, Dog Island

Facilitated the BVI Department of Conservation & Fisheries Birds of Paradise Workshop (funded by BVI Governers fund)

October: Trial of GPS tracking of juvenile frigatebirds on Great Tobago

August: Interviews of sports fishermen at Marlin Fishing Festival, St Thomas,

July:Radio interview ANguilla
June: Presenattion to school groups Anguilla & BVI

May: Seabird surveys Anguilla

April: Darwin funded "Using seabirds to inform Caribbean marine planning" begins!!