Bright Horizons

Isle of May National Nature Reserve

Tuesday 5th January comments: It’s a new year and a new season is just around the corner. However with yesterday’s (and Boxing day) news which effects all of the UK (sadly more Covid related lock-downs) we have to remain positive and look towards the future. I think we are going to need a lot more nature in our lives to help us get through this difficult time. So let me introduce you to the Isle of May…

The Isle of May lies at the mouth of the Firth of Forth about 8 kilometres (km) south-east of Anstruther in Fife and 17km north-east of North Berwick in Lothian. The island is characterised by a low lying and rocky eastern coast, and a west coast dominated by high cliffs. Although only 57 hectares (ha), it is of national and international importance for its seabird and seal colonies and was recognised…

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