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Native Scottish feral goat herds Capra aegagrus are scattered around the island of Islay in the Inner Hebrides. Feral goats are known for their hardy nature, and can often be seen scaling steep cliffs with ease. They were brought in by Neolithic-era humans for farming purposes but were likely abandoned around the late 1700s due to the Highland Clearances, (the evictions of a significant number of tenants in the Scottish Highlands and Islands). Unfortunately, feral goats are predominantly viewed as pests by local governments due to grazing pressures.

Photograph by Barbara Jones

About Barbara Jones

Barbara took up hill walking in her late twenties and capturing scenery on film seemed a natural progression so that pretty soon she was getting work published. Self taught, and working alone, Barbara seeks fleeting light and wild weather in her work.

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