Wildlife on Lunga

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Animals, Nature, Wildlife

On my latest visit to Scotland and the Isle of Mull, I made the obligatory trip to the Treshnish Isles where you can wander amongst the puffins, breath in the sulphuric stench of guano from thousands of seabirds, rub shoulders with razorbills, guillemots and kittiwakes, and watch dolphin play in the waters off the coast.    It’s a nature lover’s paradise and a photographer’s dream.

The journey out to the islands with Turus Mara is an enjoyable trip. If you have the weather you can see for miles and, coupled with the geographic knowledge of the Captain, you’ll quickly become familiar with the Dutchmans’ cap, Ulva, the intriguing volcanic formation of Staffa and the rugged coastline of Mull (to name a few).  If you’re really lucky you’ll spot a white-tailed eagle.

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Staffa looking magnificent


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Razorbill


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Puffin

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Kittiwake


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Guillemot


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Dinner time!

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Crowded cliffs


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Playful dolphins

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Wildlife on Lunga”

  1. A Girl with many Views says:

    photographers dream for sure by the looks of it. Fantastic images. So expressive

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