A feast for the senses
A feast for the senses, the sounds, sights and smells of Hermaness are full of drama. The white tops of the waves complement the white staining on the cliffs where sea birds nest every year. Gannets glide past, searching the waves relentlessly, and then diving into the water at breakneck speeds. Puffins waddle from their clifftop burrows in early summer and, away from the bustle of the cliffs, great skuas and red throated divers nest in the open moorland.
We are currently consulting on the next 10-year management plan for Hermaness. You can find out more about the consultation on our planning page .
Find out how to get here and about visiting and exploring this reserve.
Read about how we manage this reserve.
Find publications about this reserve.
Contact information for the reserve.
Last updated on Wednesday 3rd February 2016 at 10:33 AM. Click here to comment on this page