Highlights of Scotland

Seabirds on the Isle of May
part 1

"The Isle of May is a nature reserve with a colony of grey seals and thousands of breeding birds including puffins, razorbills, kittiwakes, guillemots, eider ducks, shags and terns, as well as the remains fo a 12th-century chapel." [From: Touring Guide to Scotland, issued by the Scottish Tourist Board.]
This page shows some cliffs with birds (without further comments), part 2 shows birds somewhat closer by.

Here's more info in the Isle of May, including how to get there.

Click on the pictures for a larger version

This map (17 kb) shows with a red square where these three photos were taken; date: 6 July 1996.

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