This video is called St Kilda – BORERAY, GANNETS NESTING.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Remote island’s hidden history
Friday 17 June 2011
Archaeologists said today that they have discovered evidence of a permanent settlement that could date back to the Iron Age on one of Europe’s most inhospitable islands.
It had been thought that no people had ever lived on the St Kildan island of Boreray, 40 miles west of the Outer Hebrides in the Atlantic Ocean.
But the new discovery suggests that people may have lived on the steep slopes of the island as far back as prehistoric times.
The remaining 36 inhabitants of the St Kilda archipelago were evacuated from the islands at their own request in 1930.
Archaeologists from the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland and the National Trust for Scotland made the new discovery on an eight-day research trip to the remote island.
Commission surveyor Ian Parker said: “This is an incredibly significant find which could change our understanding of the history of St Kilda.”
New species of dandelion discovered on St Kilda island: here.
Outer Hebrides beetles: here.
Rare and endangered beetles found on The Hebrides: here.