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My wife snd I walked all round thr northern 2/3rds of the island. Including the nature reserve. Rather easy walking. Saw skuas, seals, auks, kittywakes, terns and many other types of birds. And 1 other person in several hrs.
It rained whilst we were here so that spoiled our viewings but the hide is warm and dry. The building has a great view with good reference material, i'm not a bird watcher but there was enough to keep me entertained however even I was...More
We used a guide - David as part of Peedie Tours. It was a wet and miserable and windy day and it was summer. David knew his birds and he was interesting however the weather made it an ordinary experience. We saw plenty of sea...More
New Forest National Park Wiltshire, United Kingdom
We went up from the airport and walked along the coast as far as Fowl Craig, but did not find any puffins, and birds seem very wary of travellers on foot. We have found this also on Mainland Orkney, cars are ignored, but walkers cause...More
Although we are not birds walking up North Hill gives an excellent overview of Papa Westray. There are paths that follow the coast round the North of the Island and the RSPB outlook post (a former coastguard lookout that had been moved from the North...More
The RSPB North Hill Reserve is a protected are at the northern end of Papa Westray.
The landscape is magnificent (it is an SSSI)
The Sea Cliffs are awesome - with large numbers of sea birds - We saw Terns, Guillemots, Skuas and Puffins .....More