Eilean na Muice Duibhe, also known as Duich Moss, is situated in the centre of the Island of Islay on the west coast of Scotland, and is designated as a Special Area of Conservation (SAC), a Special Protection Area (SPA), Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Ramsar site. It is one of the biggest single roost sites in the UK for Greenland white-fronted goose, as well as supporting a number of other important species such as Hen harrier, Woodcock and a range of breeding waders.
The peatland habitat found here is largely active and diverse, including hummocks, ridges and deep watershed pools, as well as an unusual habitat transition from blanket bog to raised mire habitats. Occurring at a low level on a coastal plain, Duich Moss differs from other blanket bogs on Islay, which have different topographic features. The vegetation found here is similar to that found on Irish bogs rather than UK bogs.