Other Spots To Spot Seals

Woman's Weekly (UK) - - Nature -

FaRNe IS­laNDS, NoRThuM­BeR­laND This Na­tional Na­ture Re­serve is home to one of the largest grey seal colonies on the east coast and is the birthing site of around 1,000 pups each year. NoRTh­eRN IRe­laND Watch the seals bask on Cloughey Rocks on the ards Penin­sula, as they seek rest and warmth be­fore birthing and nurs­ing their pups.

MuT­ToN Cove, CoRN­Wall Part of a Site of Spe­cial Sci­en­tific In­ter­est and area of out­stand­ing Nat­u­ral Beauty at Go­drevy, it’s pos­si­ble to watch the an­i­mals from the clifftop here.

oRkNey IS­laNDS, SCoT­laND The per­fect place to see grey seals, boast­ing a pop­u­la­tion of around 25,000. They be­gin to pup here in oc­to­ber and can be seen on most beaches.

Seals bask­ing on the rocks

in the Farne Is­lands

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