Visiting the May

Isle of May National Nature Reserve

Sunday 15th April comments: Its been a tough start on the Isle of May as the weather has hampered visiting and the seabirds have been struggling. Its very evident that the seabird season is going to be delayed; this time last year we had Shags, Eiders and Puffins all incubating, but very little sign of that this time around.

However things will get going in the very near future as the weather is about to turn the corner. And as a result we hope to see lots more people visit and enjoy the magical Jewel of the Forth. With over 40,000 pairs of Puffins nesting, what is their not to enjoy!

To visit the island we have various options on boats from both side of the Firth of Forth, so check out the respective boat operators and book today, you’ll not be disappointed!

Boat Operators (you can book on line)

May Princess

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