An explorer's guide to the islands of Britain

A walk around Loch Druidibeg National Nature Reserve for one of the best places in the Hebrides to see a full range of wildlife and habitats. With over 200 species of flowering plants, the area is also rich in birdlife such as redshank, dunlin, lapwing and greylag geese. There is a self-guided walk which will take approximately 3 hours.

Start point: turn off the A865 onto the B890. Find the parking area at the 90 degree left bend in the road.

For more island adventures check out our book Islandeering: adventures around the outside edge of Britain’s hidden islands

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