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  • Skokholm - a Manx Shearwater being shown to various people, during a ceremonial tribute to Ronald Lockley - summer 2001

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Prof. Chris Perrins showing a Manx Shearwater to Helen Lewis in the background and John Fursdon who was the first island warden after the war in 1946, attending a ceremonial tribute to Ronald Lockley (who died in April 2000). This included the unveiling of a plaque to commemorate Lockley's life and the scattering of his ashes.

One of a number of undated photos taken by Jack Donovan. The original slide is date-stamped 2001-06-20.

Digitized image: JWD 2001-06-20 21.jpg

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