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RSPB The Oa Nature Reserve

With rugged coastline and open moorland, the diversity of landscapes make The Oa Nature Reserve a real pleasure to visit.

Situated in the south west of Islay, you can enjoy a walk along sea cliffs with views to Northern Ireland. You might see a rare chough or perhaps golden eagles teaching their young how to ride the thermals.

If you're new to birdwatching, there are two guided walks per month from April to October.

The reserve facilities, consisting of a car park and way-marked trail, are open at all times. Free admission.
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T: 01496 300118
A: The Oa, Isle of Islay, Argyll, PA42
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