A seabird skyscraper
A dramatic island with soaring cliffs, Noss is home to an amazing array of nesting seabirds. In spring and summer, gannets, guillemots, fulmars and kittiwakes seem to occupy every available nook and cranny on the cliffs. Marauding great skuas which nest further inland can be seen aggressively chasing their victims. A coastal path meanders through colourful patches of flower filled grassland and might just give you a view of a passing porpoise or otter.
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