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2019 - 2021
At the western edge of Scotland lie the final lands before the wide and wild Atlantic ocean. With turquoise waters leading to white sands and machair dunes before stretching across loch-dappled moorland and rising up towards towering peaks, the islands are a world in themselves.
I was fortunate to have the opportunity to visit most of the main islands to survey breeding seabirds as part of the Seabird Count national census.
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