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Mull Eagle Watch

Join eagle experts or a ranger-led visit to discover Mull’s white-tailed eagles – Britain’s largest and most impressive bird of prey. There’s also a good chance of seeing other wildlife including golden eagles. Mull Eagle Watch has been awarded a Five Star Wildlife Attraction badge by Visit Scotland and a Silver badge by the Green Tourism Business Scheme.

Guided visits run from April to October and last for 2 hours. Number are limited, so it’s essential that you book. The visit includes short walks on a gravel track and time standing in the viewing area.

You can keep up to date with what's going on at the nest on the Mull Eagle Watch blog.

Mull Eagle Watch 2017 – open from 11th April
Mull Eagle Watch will be running daily trips to view white-tailed eagles from two viewing hides on land owned by the local communities.

Glen Seilisdeir Viewing Hide – Tiroran Community Forest (South West Mull & Iona Development Trust) - Home to Iona and Fingal, stars of the series ‘The Hebrides’ and Mull Eagle Watch eagles since 2011.

West Ardhu Viewing Hide – North West Mull Community Woodland - Home to Star and Hope, first viewed by Mull Eagle Watch in 2016.

The RSPB The Mull and Iona Community Trust Seasonal Eagle Ranger, Rachel French and the RSPB Community and Information Officer, Meryl Varty are both on hand share their knowledge and provide an exceptional experience.

Mull Eagle Watch is a unique partnership organisation between Forestry Commission Scotland, RSPB, Scottish Natural Heritage, Mull and Iona Community Trust and Police Scotland, along with both of the community owned woodlands.

Visiting Mull Eagle Hide Booking information

Ranger led trips will run seven days a week between the two viewing hides. Booking is essential. Booking is through the Visit Scotland Information Centre at Craignure on 01680 812556. Trips usually run twice daily at 10am and 1pm, lasting around 2 hours.

Prices Adults: £10 (including RSPB members) Children: £5 Family (2A 2C): £25 Locals (permanent resident): Free
A discount is available for those visiting both viewing hides. Payment is taken on the day and cash or cheques ae accepted (cheques made payable to Mull and Iona Community Trust).

Contact Information
T: 01680 812556
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