News about the Nightingale Islands, which lie 38 kms(24 miles) SW of Tristan da Cunha.

2019 Agulhas II Trip Report

Featuring a visit to Nightingale Island
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Trip to Inaccessible and Nightingale Islands using new RIB

Tristan Conservation Department trip to support field work teams.
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Fieldwork on Nightingale and Inaccessible Islands

Scientists monitor land and sea birds
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Tristan to Gough via Nightingale

SVS Grenville travels from Tristan da Cunha via Nightingale Island to the World Heritage Site of Gough Island
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A Day Trip to Nightingale Island in Perfect Conditions

CTBTO Station Manager Marc Escudier visited Nightingale Island to photograph the wildlife in February 2014.
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How you can help

Advice to people who wish to help with the environmental emergency following the wreck of the bulk carrier MS Oliva on 16th March 2011 on Nightingale Island.
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The Beginning

The bulk carrier MS Oliva ran aground on 16th March 2011 on Nightingale Island. All the crew were saved, but the wreck became an environmental emergency after it broke up.
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