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Hebrides Wildwatch
A short clip of the Fauna and Flora of the Isle of Lewis.














The Outer Hebrides, also known as the Western Isles, are a group of islands situated about 40 miles off Scotland's North West Coast. The name is derived from the Norse Havbredey, the "Isles on the edge of the sea". The islands offer a unique opportunity to observe some of the most iconic  birds and animals to be found in the British Isles. Giving the visitor a chance to enjoy the spectacular sights and scenes of one of the last great wildernesses to be found in Europe. 

At Hebrides Wildwatch we have exclusive access to some of the most remote areas of the Islands, this combined with our guide's intimate knowledge of these areas and the coastal marine environments, offers you an unsurpassed opportunity to watch our wild animals in their natural habitat.

Our guided walks are unlike others as we offer you, the customer, the option to choose which species you wish to observe.
We are able offer bespoke guided trips to experience the following:

  • Birds of Prey
  • Migratory Waders
  • Sea Birds
  • Corncrake's
  • Cuckoo's
  • Cetaceans 
  • Basking Shark
  • Red Deer
  • Otter's

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