Britain and Ireland have so much to offer. The Gulf Stream is responsible for the development of many unique natural landscapes, and Britain's countless natural wonders have one thing in common: the colour green. Whether in Ireland, Scotland, or England, whether on the Shetland Islands or on the Isle of Man - green prevails everywhere. The islands' vast moors, steep cliffs and gentle hills are not only the habitat of many animals, but also of abundant flora - prospering here in all its diversity. The rich fauna is comprised of birds of prey such as the red kite and the peregrine falcon, while sheep and ponies are found on the mainland, and seals and northern gannets in the coastal regions. UNESCO protected areas and national parks such as Wester Ross and Galloway, Snowdonia and Dartmoor, Copper Coast and Killarney give a glimpse of the unique beauty of the nature of the British Isles.