Days trips to see birds and other wildlife in North Uist, South Uist and Benbecula. Eagles, hen harrier, merlin, otters, red deer all regularly seen. Also available trips to look at the local flora including rare orchids etc.
Day trips are available throughout the year in North Uist, South Uist and Benbecula. They focus on what-ever you want to see. In spring corncrakes and red-necked phalarope are often seen whilst eagles, hen harrier, merlin, red-throated diver, black-throated diver and great northern diver are seen throughout the year. Otters are often seen as are both grey and harbour seals as well as red deer. More specialist trips are available to see particular orchids such as bog orchid or the hebridean marsh orchid. More general floral trips can also be arranged to see the machair flowers.
- North Uist
- South Uist
- Driver guide
From £55 Per Adult
Prices are subject to change depending on season
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Western Isles Wildlife
Bird and wildlife tours throughout the Outer Hebrides. We organise all-inclusive week long tours (such as Corncrake and Phalaropes) and one day trips throughout the year. We're the only wildlife tour company based in the islands and have been operating here since 2007. The website has an up to date page for sightings of birds and other unusual wildlife seen as well as providing lots of information on what you could expect to see. Otters are common whilst eagles, Hen Harrier and Short-eared Owl are often sighted on the tours. For more details please visit the website
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