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Fowlsheugh Nature Reserve

jackcairneyjackcairney VisitScotland Ambassador ✭✭

There is something very special about Fowlsheugh Nature Reserve.  This little known wonderland lies around 3 miles out of Stonehaven in the North of Scotland and a very short drive from the formidable Dunnottar Castle. The spectacular cliffs here are packed with more than 130,000 seabirds and it really is a sight to behold.

These photos were taking first thing in the morning as the haar drifted in from the cold North Sea, I found myself just sitting perched on top of one of the cliffs with no-one in sight soaking it all in.




Find out more about Fowlsheugh Nature Reserve here
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