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Moorland and Mountain

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Number of results: 13

  1. Add Mountain Hare-Toddun to your Itinerary

    Mountain Hare-Toddun

    Type

    Type:

    Flora and Fauna - Moorland and Mountain

    Isle of Harris

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

  2. Add Red Deer-Barpa Langass to your Itinerary

    Red Deer-Barpa Langass

    Type

    Type:

    Birds - Deer

    Isle of North Uist

    The red deer is the fourth largest deer species behind moose, elk (wapiti), and sambar deer

  3. Add Common Butterwort-Huisinis to your Itinerary

    Common Butterwort-Huisinis

    Type

    Type:

    Flora and Fauna - Moorland and Mountain

    Isle of Harris

    A carnivorous plant with starfish-shaped bright green leaves and a blue flower.

  4. Add Yellow Flag Iris-Bostadh to your Itinerary

    Yellow Flag Iris-Bostadh

    Type

    Type:

    Flora and Fauna - Moorland and Mountain

    Isle Of Lewis

    Tall slim leaves with large bright yellow flower

  5. Add Bog Asphodel-Maaruig to your Itinerary

    Bog Asphodel-Maaruig

    Type

    Type:

    Flora and Fauna - Moorland and Mountain

    Harris

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

  6. Add Sundew-Glen Miavaig to your Itinerary

    Sundew-Glen Miavaig

    Type

    Type:

    Flora and Fauna - Moorland and Mountain

    Isle of Harris

    Sundews are a group of low growing carnivorous plants that grow in nutrient poor soils.

  7. Add Mountain Hare-An Cliseam to your Itinerary

    Mountain Hare-An Cliseam

    Type

    Type:

    Flora and Fauna - Moorland and Mountain

    Isle of Harris

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

  8. Add Red Deer- Pairc to your Itinerary

    Red Deer- Pairc

    Type

    Type:

    Birds - Deer

    Isle of Lewis

    Our largest mammal. Mature males have distinctive antlers.

  9. Add Adder's Tongue Fern-Ben Eoligarry to your Itinerary

    Adder's Tongue Fern-Ben Eoligarry

    Type

    Type:

    Flora and Fauna - Moorland and Mountain

    Isle of Barra

    Ophioglossum vulgatum.- Very small fern 3cm tall

  10. Add Red Deer-Glen Langadail to your Itinerary

    Red Deer-Glen Langadail

    Type

    Type:

    Birds - Deer

    Isle of Harris

    The red deer is Scotlands largest land mammal.

  11. Add Emperor Moth-Loch Langavat to your Itinerary

    Emperor Moth-Loch Langavat

    Type

    Type:

    Flora and Fauna - Moorland and Mountain

    Isle of Harris

    Large colourful day-flying moth found on the moors.

  12. Add Red Deer-Garynahine to your Itinerary

    Red Deer-Garynahine

    Type

    Type:

    Birds - Deer

    Isle of Lewis

    Our largest mammal. Mature males have distinctive antlers.

  13. Add Red Deer-Glen Cravadale to your Itinerary

    Red Deer-Glen Cravadale

    Type

    Type:

    Birds - Deer

    Isle of Harris

    The red deer is Scotlands largest land mammal.

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