Abstract Once host to some exceptionally important seabird colonies, the island of Lundy, in the Bristol Channel, lost much of its special seabird interest during the twentieth century. The eradication of rats (significant predators of seabirds on islands throughout the world) from Lundy in 2003-04 may pave the way for a return of the island's once-flourishing colonies.This paper sets out, for the ...

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