Tuesday, 1 February 2011
Loch Gruinart shellfish
The oyster beds on the east side of Loch Gruinart. This side of the loch is great for all manner of scallops, mussels and whelks. The road runs much closer to the loch on this side, so it's ideal for wildlife spotting from the car. Besides the wide range of waders and other birds, otters and seals are pretty regular visitors.
Posted by Islay Natural History Trust at 22:04
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