Uist is a great island to for wildlife from birds of prey to waders and farmland
Golden Eagles can be seen soaring all
year round, whilst in the autumn wading birds and geese return.
Agriculture and wildlife can work well side by side so
why not explore some great farmland locations.
- Farms can offer some excellent opportunities for nature
watching from birds of prey to small mammals.
Uist - Visitor Guide
Information Centre, Lochmaddy, Isle of North Uist, Scotland.
Monarch Isles - 01870 620238
Balranald RSPB reserve - 01463
Ordnance Survey grid reference:
NF 915 685
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Bird watching. October
is best for farmland birds such as the Corncrake. August is best for flowers.
A good place for bird watching is the RSPB reserve at Balranald on north Uist
especially for Corncrakes.
access: Limited wheelchair access.
Ferries from Uig and Oban.
Lochmaddy is the terminal for the vehicle ferry from Skye and Harris. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
are also air links to Uist from Glasgow.
All year round.
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