Subjects :North Atlantic Seabirds: Black guillemots and Guillemots, razorbills, puffins, various species of seagulls, Marangoni dal Ciuffo. It is a small rocky island in the Hebries, part of the group of minor treshnish Isles.La the presence of areas covered with soft soil allows the nesting of the puffins, which dig the nest in burrows similar to dens of rabbits. On the sheer cliffs nest various species of seagulls, guillemots and razorbills.
Recommended equipment :Excellent telephoto lenses between 200 and 400 mm, recommended zooms. Don't forget shorter focal lenses for interesting panoramas
Best months :Late spring summer in the nesting period.
How to get there :From the island of Mull you can arrive with cruises organized by local operators, such as Turusmara (https://www.turusmara.com/).
Visits :The area is access controlled and authorized only through the licensees ' operators. These offer various formulas of excursions, from a few hours to the whole day, with the possibility of moving freely along the authorized routes and respecting the local fauna and flora.
Notes :It is one of the most important nesting areas for many seafaring birds including the very delicate puffins of the sea. These are docile and trusting birds, but also extremely delicate. It is recommended during the visit the absolute respect of the rules of conduct and areas of non-interference with the fauna.