*** Updated Statement from Mull Eagle Watch April 2022 ***

The partnership which runs the award winning Mull Eagle Watch project (Mull & Iona Community Trust, RSPB Scotland, Nature Scot, Forestry and Land Scotland & Police Scotland) are sad to say that they are not able to run trips  at Craignure Golf Course this year as the birds have moved nest site to an area not easily used for public viewing.

Visit Scotland will therefor not be taking bookings for us, but can provide you with information of alternative  land and sea based wildlife trips on 01680812556

We appreciate the support of Visit Scotland, Craignure

Please stay tuned to Twitter @MullEagleWatch & @skyeandfrisa for all the latest news on how the sea eagles are faring this breeding season and any other updates regarding the project.

White-tailed eagles are magnificent birds of prey, with a wingspan of over 2 metres when adult. They became extinct in Britain in the early 1900s but were reintroduced in the 70s.

The first successful breeding of the re-introduced white-tailed eagles occurred on Mull in 1985. Together with the golden eagle, these birds are the reason Mull is often called ‘Eagle Island’.

Mull Eagle Watch started in 2000 at Loch Frisa, allowing people to get great views of the birds without disturbing them. Since then the eagles have become TV stars – famous among bird lovers.

Visiting Mull Eagle Watch

Sadly on hold for this year, 2022.

Each year from April to September, Mull Eagle Watch offers ranger-guided visits to view Britain’s largest and most impressive bird of prey, the white-tailed eagle. Find out times, prices and more information here.

Stay up to date

Head over to our Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and recent sightings, and follow in more detail on the Mull Eagle Watch blog.

A unique partnership

Mull Eagle Watch is a unique protection and public viewing partnership between RSPB, the Mull & Iona Community Trust, Scottish Natural Heritage and Police Scotland.