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Harray loch, Harray, Orkney
Scotland

The viewpoint is easy to reach and there is a good footpath making it easy to walk around the area and view the wildlife or go fishing for trout in the loch nearby. There are some informations boards to help identify the wildlife native to the area.

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Uploaded: 05/04/2010
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Tags: loch of harray; wildlife; fishing; information boards
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