A sensory onslaught in the Shiant Isles | Scottish Natural Heritage – an Education Scotland Outdoor Learning Partner

SNH’s Chris Leakey and Glen Tyler spend time marvelling at the Shiant Isles’ seabird spectacular.

Puffin.

Every so often, when the swell meets the cliff at the required height and direction, a deep rumble resonates from a cave and the rock sends tremors up our feet.

Then we sense the rush of the wind across the surf and its rebound off the rocks, carrying the chatter of guillemots and razorbills groans on the updraft. An immature white-tailed sea-eagle soars with ease across our expansive field of view.

And the unlikely whirr of a puffin careering much too close to the back of your…

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