island - Lundy's iconic bird
400 feet out of the sea at the point where the Bristol Channel meets the Atlantic
is Lundy Island, an outcrop of granite about three and a half miles long where
some of Devon's most varied wildlife lives.
With everything from birds
to basking sharks and sheep to seals, there's something for everyone - and your
wildlife experience begins the moment you board the boat!
Walney Island, on the western fringes of Cumbria, lies just
half a mile from the mainland town of Barrow-in-Furness.
- The Isle of Coll is a stunning wild
retreat blessed with a wealth of flora and fauna. Its summer carpet of wild flowers
is simply awesome.
are two great things about islands:
"A: We have loads of them. B:
Most of them are great for wildlife and represent unique habitats with their own
special mix of flora and fauna.
"So, no excuses get out there
and see it all for your self."
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