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The Wild Fife Five to spot

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Heard of the Famous Five? Well here’s Fife’s wildlife famous five for you to spot throughout the seasons on land, sea and on the skyline when you’re out and about. Comical puffins on the Isle of May, soaring sea eagles and colourful dragonflies. Look out in autumn for scurrying squirrels on the red squirrel trail in Devilla Forest and cute seals along the Tentsmuir shoreline.
Catch sight of one of 120,000 puffins

Catch sight of one of 120,000 puffins

A trip to the Isle of May is a fantastic day out. Imagine a gentle boat ride, colourful and comical puffins, miles away from your daily life and on your return, an afternoon tea or fish supper to round it off. Boat trips run from 1 Apr-30 Sept.

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Spot Britain's largest bird of prey

Spot Britain's largest bird of prey

Sea eagles, Britain's largest bird of prey, can be spotted along the Fife coastline. 

 

Try to resist those puppy eyes

Try to resist those puppy eyes

Seals are regularly spotted at various points along the Fife coastline and Tentsmuir is a favourite. If you're there, we would also recommend a visit to The Crepe Shack.

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Follow the red squirrel trail

Follow the red squirrel trail

Autumn is the perfect season to enjoy a weekend walk in Devilla Forest and spot the red squirrels.

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A hotspot for dragonflies

A hotspot for dragonflies

Morton Loch, part of Tenstmuir Nature Reserve, is a great place to spot dragoflies.

Distillery & Brewery Trail

Distillery & Brewery Trail

Take in scenic Fife and savour craft beers, gin and whisky along the way.

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Insider Tips on the East Neuk

Insider Tips on the East Neuk

Frances and Struan from Cambo Estate give us their insider tips to exploring the East Neuk.

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Fife Five amazing places to experience art

Fife Five amazing places to experience art

It would be pants not to experience some of the hottest art venues in Fife. Why not take the train and follow the Artline to Fife, make some stained glass pants (not to wear obviously!), meet talented artists and craft makers and witness incredible craftsmanship up close as works of art are created.

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Cycling the Fife Coast

Cycling the Fife Coast

Keen cyclist and Sustainability Researcher James Bonner took a 3 day cycle around the Fife coast, taking in some of its natural and cultural attractions.

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