Visitor centre opens for bird lovers on the Isle of May

isle of may The Isle of May in the Firth of Forth is a haven for over 200,000 seabirds

Bird lovers are set to flock to a new visitor centre which has opened on the Isle of May in the Firth of Forth.

The centre is being described as a "spectacular" attraction on the island which is known for seasonal hosting of over 200,000 seabirds.

The island is a European special protection area because of its puffins, terns, shags and guillemots.

It also has special area of conservation status for its seals and rocky reefs.

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