Ramsey features 400 feet/120 metre high cliffs, which teem with thousands of breeding seabirds in spring and early summer. You can walk among the coastal heathland, enjoying its wildlife (including breeding choughs and peregrines) and spectacular views. The island is awash with colour from May to September, starting with the blue of bluebells, then pink thrift on the cliffs and purple heather at the height of summer. In autumn, breeding grey seals can be seen on the shingle beaches below the cliffs.
Ramsey is an RSPB nature reserve.
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