Outer Hebrides, straddling the western coast of Scotland, is an
area of outstanding natural beauty.
visits Lewis and Harris in the north and the
southern islands of North and South Uist and Benbecula. Habitat
ranges from the wind-lashed west coast to upland moors and bogs
and, on the eastern seaboard, indented sea lochs.
years, the islands have built up a reputation for rare and unusual
species. Extensive coverage of the islands has also revealed a rich
vein of migrants and vagrants from North America. Anything can and
does turn up on these remote islands of Scotland. ..."