Wildlife Tour - Slide 19 of  26
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Photograph: Glasgow Museums

The slopes of Dun are honeycombed with puffin burrows. The vegetation is relatively species-poor due to lack of grazing. There are locally abundant species such as sorrel, angelica, scentless mayweed and sea-campion, probably a result of the huge nutrient input by birds.


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