These People Live On A Remote Island To Look After Birds And It's Your New Dream Job
As long as you like birds, and don't mind not showering for a week at a time.
Every summer more than a 100,000 seabirds make their home in the Farnes, a group of rocky islands off the coast of the UK.
There are twelve rangers who live and work on the islands to look after them.
We spend nine months of the year out here.
You can't shower on the islands.
So rangers leave the island once a week to shower, and do a food shop.
One group of rangers lives on the Inner Islands in this tower that was built in 1500.
The others live in a cottage on one of the outer islands.
There are around 15 islands at high tide and 28 at low tide.
You don't need to be a morning person to be a ranger, but it certainly helps.
The seabirds arrive on the island in late April and stay until late July or August.
But if you want to see seal pups, visit in October.
Seal pups are around between October and December, but the islands shut to visitors from 31st October each year. Tours start running again on 1st April.
We get to see some amazing things. From the first days of a baby puffin's life, to basking sharks.
Each ranger is responsible for a particular species.
Unblocking the toilets is without a doubt the worst job on the island.
Yes, we do get paid.
We spend three months a year off the islands. Most of that is spent doing admin work and servicing kits. And, of course, wishing we were back there.
BuzzFeed spoke to the National Trust rangers on the Farne Islands.
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