The Isle of Mull white-tailed eagles are busy nest-building - getting ready to lay eggs sometime soon. The Mull Eagle Watch rangers are also gearing up ready for another season showing visitors our pair, Iona and Fingal, at Glen Seilisdeir. We are aiming for an even better year than last year, when we retained our top 5-star Visit Scotland rating and achieved the highest marks from our 'Mystery Visitor'. if you live on Mull or are visiting the island this year, we would advise booking your trip to Mull Eagle Watch to avoid disappointment - telephone 01680 812 556 or visit www.rspb.org.uk/datewithnature/mulleagles or www.forestry.gov.uk/mullseaeagles
If you are thinking of visiting Mull and haven.t booked anywhere to stay yet, check out eaglecottageisleofmull.com
Good news about the birds. The stars of mull without a doubt.
Good news you've continued to get the 5* visit Scotland award you've been getting for the pastb few years.
Are the rspb letting out cottages now? I didn't know you had affiliated property there. I've always went to the same place time after time. Maybe an rspb one would be more my scene.
Sounds brilliant! Can't wait to be on Mull for a week in June!!!
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