Ramsey Island is an offshore island with 120 metre high cliffs that mean it is the ideal spot for breeding seabirds in spring and summer. The island is covered with wild flowers such as bluebells then carpeted in heather and thrift while in the autumn, the grey seals arrive to breed. It is possible to see choughs and peregrines nesting on the cliffs while ground nesting birds such as wheatears and Manx shearwaters can now nest due to the island being free of rats and mice. There is a visitor centre to see and learn more about the work being done on this unique island
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