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BBC Environment correspondent
BBC Radio Guernsey
The puffins on Burhou, off Alderney, will be live-streamed online again this year, with new cameras tracking their movements through the breeding season.
The Alderney Wildlife Trust said it had invested in the new equipment that would watch their breeding patterns and broadcast it.
Roland Gauvain, from the trust, said the work would allow people to see the birds' progress and discourage people trying to visit trips to Burhou that could upset and disrupt the puffins.
Puffin populations are struggling, but some young volunteers are coming to their rescue.