Closer to Wildlife

Close to nature

  1. otter in water
    Official tourist guide to Otters and Seals in the Outer Hebrides
  2. Machair flowers a luskentyre beach, harris
    The Outer Hebrides Machair
  3. Coastal birds
    Official tourist guide to coastal birds in the Outer Hebrides

A few ideas.....

  1. Wildlife Tours in the stunning Pairc district of the Isle of Lewis
    1. 1st January 202431st December 2024
  2. Puffin and boat at the Shiant Isles
    Take a wildlife trip to The Shiant Isles
  3. Many wading and farmland birds nest on the machair including corn buntings and corncrakes.
  4. White-tailed Sea Eagle © Laurie Campbell
    At Loch Stiapabhat in Ness there is an fantastic eagle hide
    1. 1st January 202431st December 2024
  5. Puffins
    Puffins are lots of people's favourite bird. Their iconic colouring - the blacks, whites and bright oranges, instantly giving rise to nicknames like ‘Sea Parrots’ and ‘Clowns of the Sea’.
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    Clisham, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides

    Isle of Harris

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

    Add Mountain Hare - An Cliseam to your Itinerary

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    Lochmaddy Ferry, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides

    Isle of North Uist

    Present on off-shore islands from late April - August.

    Add Puffin - Lochmaddy Ferry to your Itinerary

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    Polochar, South Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS8 5TU

    South Uist

    Bottlenose dolphins can be seen in the Sound of Barra.

    Add Bottlenose Dolphin - Polochar to your Itinerary

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    Loch Carabhat, North Uist, Outer Hebrides

    North Uist

    This stunning diver species breeds on large moorland lochs in the summer and winters in coastal waters.

    Add Black Throated Diver-Loch Carabhat to your Itinerary

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    Lingerbay, Harris, Outer Hebrides

    Harris

    Low growing evergreen shrub found in rocky moorland areas.

    Add Dwarf Juniper-Lingerbay to your Itinerary

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    Amhuinnsuidhe, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides

    Isle of Harris

    Large migratory fish species closely related to Trout

    Add Atlantic Salmon - Amhuinnsuidhe to your Itinerary

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    Loch Langavat, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, HS3

    Isle of Harris

    Large diving water bird with red neck in summer plumage

    Add Red Throated Diver-Loch Langavat to your Itinerary

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    Committee Road, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides

    Isle of North Uist

    This is our smallest bird of prey with males appearing a dashing, steel blue compared with the slightly larger, rusty-brown females and young.

    Add Merlin-Committee Road to your Itinerary

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    Shiants, Outer Hebrides

    Present on off-shore islands from late April - August.

    Add Puffin - The Shiants to your Itinerary

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    Snishival, Isle of South Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS2 9NB

    Isle of South Uist

    This rusty brown, pigeon-sized game bird occurs on the moorland either side of the main road.

    Add Red Grouse-Snishival to your Itinerary

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    Loch Langavat, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides

    Isle of Harris

    Large colourful day-flying moth found on the moors.

    Add Emperor Moth - Loch Langavat to your Itinerary

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    North Loch Eynort, South Uist, Outer Hebrides

    South Uist

    The Cuckoo is heard regularly calling with its classic "Cuckoo" call around the wooded garden at the end of the road.

    Add Cuckoo-North Loch Eynort to your Itinerary

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    Rhenigidale, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, HS3 3BD

    Isle of Harris

    The Porpoise is our most common cetacean.

    Add Common Porpoise-Loch Trolemaraig to your Itinerary

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    Ardivachar, Isle of South Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS8 5RE

    Isle of South Uist

    Seals are often found "bottling" just off the rocks to the south and west.

    Add Grey Seal - Ardivachar to your Itinerary

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    Castle Grounds, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, HS2 0XP

    Isle of Lewis

    Great walks, cylce paths, mountain bike trail and scenery overlooking Stornoway Harbour.

    Add Castle Grounds to your Itinerary

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    Houghgarry, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides

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    Isle of North Uist

    A beautiful reserve on the north west coast of North Uist with sandy beaches, rocky foreshore,, marshes and sand dunes.

    Add Balranald RSPB Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

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    Poll na Crann, Isle of Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, HS7 5QA

    Isle of Benbecula

    This small bay holds Eiders throughout the year.

    Add Eider - Poll na Crann to your Itinerary

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    Hushinish, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides

    Isle of Harris


     

     

     

    Add Heath spotted Orchid-Huisinis to your Itinerary

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