Guillemots and Razorbills greet you from the cliffs above the landing, while the colonies on the opposite side of North Haven draw your attention by their trumpeting calls. Puffins nest in the slopes.
1Guillemots packed close on the ledges, Razorbills more scattered while lower down, Kittiwakes nest.
2 3The most spectacular of all the cliffs, the great chasm of The Wick. See nesting Fulmars while Puffins occupy burrows all around you.
At low tide, Grey Seals haul out on the rocks, while Gannets, their colony on Grassholm normally clearly visible to the west, fish in the tide race.
4Spare some time, the valley is the nesting area of Curlews and Short-eared Owls.