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One of Europe's most important seabird sanctuaries, the islands are home to more than 20 different species, including puffins, eider ducks and four species of tern. Many of the birds are extremely confiding and visitors can enjoy close views. There is also a large colony of seals. St Cuthbert died on Inner Farne in 687 and the chapel built in his memory can be visited.
To explore the islands regular boat trips go out from Seahouses Harbour see the following websites: Billy Shiel's Boat Trips and Farne Island Tours.
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