Will Miles / July 2018 – vol. 111, issue 7, pp 367–383 Abstract The islands of St Kilda are remote, spectacular and alive with many thousands of birds. As the only dual-status UNESCO World Heritage Site in Britain, St Kilda has a unique standing as a reserve for nature and culture. This article describes the history, management, wildlife and visitor status of the archipelago. It focuses on the islands’ birdlife, including the major seabird popu... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.