lies on the west coast of Scotland on the Morvern Peninsula, and boasts one of
the most spectacular landscapes in the UK.
This is a stunning location for
nature watching with dramatic scenery, tranquil coastlines, and unspoilt habitats.
Coastal areas are great for winter wildlife. Visit other coastal
locations and find out more about what they can offer.
- Our coasts offer amazing opportunities for
wildlife watching. Why not take a few tips from the Nature's Calendar team on
seal watching and rock pooling?
Peninsula - Visitor Guide
Estate Office, Morvern, near Oban, Argyll, Scotland.|
walking boots, warm clothing. Avoid wearing bright clothing - use your own camouflage.|
watching:||Eagles, Otters, Pine Martens and Red
Deer. Geology - the fault at Inninmore. Ruins of Ardtornish Castle, once the seat
of the Lords of the Isles.|
Whale watching and Sea Eagles - take the ferry
from Lochaline to the Isle of Mull.
depending on terrain. |
|Best times: ||Early
February is the best time to watch them on the Morvern Peninsula when it's very
quiet with few visitors and minimum disturbance to these shy creatures.|
for ferries and specific activities.|
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