Red-throated Diver - Loch Langavat

Loch Langavat, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides

Type:Birds - Coastal Birds

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During the summer months Red-throated divers breed on small fresh water lochs commute to the sea for fishing. They are a slim elegant water bird that are never seen on dry land. Listen out for their gaggling calls as they fly over head on their way to and from their breeding sites.

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