Eagle heights

I returned to the eagle hide last Monday after a week off the island and what a treat I got for my first trip back. We were a select bunch that morning and after an introduction we set off for a walk along the forest track in search of our eagle family. They are now […]

Fledged but not flown

The busy, busy period of country shows and beach games is just about over now, with Lifeboat Day tying it all up and the Scottish children are now back to school. This last month has flown by even faster than all the rest. Our female juvenile is doing well after fledging although she still hasn’t […]

Small but mighty

I thought I’d treat you all with two blog posts in one week for a change, but less of our larger wildlife and more of the smaller critters. I’ve just got in from a glorious few hours looking for signs of otters and other shoreline wildlife with a lovely couple of families. The children were […]

Owls, eagles and kids – what could be better?

So yet again it’s been a busy week with lots going on. Following on from my trip to clean out barn owl nesting barrels earlier in the season I joined our FCS wildlife rangers, John Jackson and James Grieg on Monday this week to ring chicks. Barn owls last year across the whole of the […]

Drop-in day at Mull Eagle Watch

Mull Eagle Watch is holding a drop-in day for all local business owners. If you own or run a B&B, self catering facilities, a hotel, you are a tour operator or shop owner on the Isle of Mull this session is for you. We’ll have the hide open for local visitors from 11am – 2pm […]