Life in the Limelight

Well ladies and gentlemen, I think we might have a bit of a poser in our midst at NWMCWC’s West Ardhu site! […and no, I’m not talking about Malcolm, who has been braving shorts since March…] As the single chick passes the two-week mark, Hope – the resident female – has been taking every opportunity […]

Introducing…

Introducing our eaglet… First of all, apologies for the lack of blog posts over the last month, we’ve just been so busy with so many things going on. Along with the regular viewing hide trips, I’ve been trying to visit all of the primary schools, last day of term today! Things are going well here […]

Iona & Fingal – parents again

Harvest to hatching Weeks on from the last blog post and we’re back in action at Mull Eagle Watch after a short closure. We took the decision to close our viewing hide and access to the forest during an intensive tree felling period to ensure safety of visitors and quality of the visitor experience. The […]

Looking back – highlights and drama of the season

Into my final full week now, I can’t believe how fast the season has gone by. It seems like only yesterday Iona settled on her new nest site to lay and begin incubation. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the entire six months and have been privileged to watch white-tailed eagles and other species so closely. Wildlife is […]

Further adventures on Mull

Well the weather here recently has been classic Isle of Mull – very changeable with heavy showers and sunny spells. July often seems to be monsoon month here but often the wildlife appreciates the downpours as they create short spurts of activity. Insects launch themselves into the skies when the rain clears and the swallows, […]

A busy Easter at the nest

We’re now a few weeks into our 2014 season at Mull Eagle Watch, and have enjoyed a busy Easter. Iona and Fingal are now sharing the duties of incubation although it seems Iona has been doing the lion’s share of work! However over the last few days the pair have shared the job with regular […]