Sumburgh Head, Shetland Islands


Sumburgh Head is a rocky headland at the southern point of the Shetland mainland in northern Scotland.

The cliffs at Sumburgh are home to large colonies of birds, protected as an RSPB Nature Reserve. During the summer months, witness the spectacle of thousands of breeding birds. Sumburgh Head is also a fantastic place to watch for whales and dolphins.

See the RSPB site for more information on the reserve

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