Located 250 miles of the coast of South America, the Falkland Islands remain a wild, open, and largely unpopulated part of the world. This has allowed wildlife species – in particular many birds – to thrive and grow on tiny islands that are seldom visited by man. This video takes us to those places, giving us a glimpse of what it is like there. It also brings back a lot of memories for me, as I had the chance to visit these places when I traveled to the Falklands last year. It is a truly wonderful place that has stuck with me long after I’ve come home.
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