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Location Information

This location is classed as Nature and Woodland

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Mousa is a small, wild island in Shetland, uninhabited since the nineteenth century. It is notable for having one of the UK’s largest storm petrel breeding colonies, many of which nest in the Broch of Mousa, a 2000-year-old Iron Age round tower. The diversity of the wildlife on Mousa is reflected in its many protective designations for breeding birds such as black guillemots and Arctic terns, as well as for the harbour seals and the fascinating geology of the island.

Location Facilities

  • Parking (Off Site)
  • Toilets (Off Site)
  • Accessible Toilets (Off Site)
  • Nature trails
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  • Nature and Woodland
  • Seaside

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