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Isle of Lewis
Outer Hebrides


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  1. Red Deer- Pairc

    Our largest mammal. Mature males have distinctive antlers.

    0.41 miles away
  2. Primrose-Marvig

    Short, compact plant with pale yellow flowers

    4.7 miles away
  3. Bird of Prey Trail - Ravenspoint

    This visitor centre, hostel and cafe have good views over the shore of loch Erisort, a...

    5.74 miles away
  1. European Otter-Loch Erisort

    Large semi-aquatic animal. Very sleek profile in water.

    5.75 miles away
  2. Kinloch Historical Society

    Kinloch Historical Society

    7.12 miles away
  3. Crosbost

    The peaceful crofting village of Crosbost is reached near the end of the B897 road that...

    7.85 miles away
  4. Bird of Prey Trail - Aline Community Woodland

    A path takes you to the shore of Loch Seaforth, a long fjord-like loch and a stronghold...

    10.29 miles away
  5. Mountain Hare-Toddun

    The mountain hare is about twice the size of a rabbit with much longer hind legs and a...

    10.54 miles away
  6. White Tailed Sea Eagle-Rhenigidale

    Large eagle species found mainly in coastal areas

    11.54 miles away
  7. Black Guillemot-Rhenigidale

    Black and white seabird with bright orange legs.

    11.54 miles away
  8. Common Porpoise-Loch Trolemaraig

    The Porpoise is our most common cetacean.

    11.54 miles away
  9. 11. The Summer House

    11.69 miles away
  10. Otter-Maaruig

    An unmistakable mammal perfectly adapted to living in the water.

    11.7 miles away
  11. Bird of Prey Trail - Bogha Glas

    A path leads you into the North Harris hills; one of the largest areas of un-roaded land...

    12.01 miles away
  12. Bog Asphodel-Maaruig

    Flowering moorland plant that sets the moors alight in June and July.

    12.04 miles away
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