A Bird's-eye View of Mull's Eagles

  
This new project teams up with existing partners working to promote the very successful 5 star Mull Eagle Watch. A partnership run by
RSPB Scotland, Police Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Mull and Iona Community Trust, Forestry Commission Scotland and local volunteers. The webcam is funded by Forestry Commission Scotland

“White-tailed eagles are sometimes known as ‘flying barn doors’ because of their huge size and majestic wingspan. They are an amazing sight and this new satellite project hopes to give a bird’s-eye view of their daily lives to a world-wide audience.”

Fiona Murray,
Forestry Commission Scotland’s tourism development manager


Mull Eagle Watch offers ranger-led visits to view Britain’s most impressive bird of prey, the white-tailed eagle. The visit includes short walks on a gravel track & time stood in our viewing area. Trips are 2 hours long & take place at 10am & 1pm each weekday.

To book ring 01680 812 556 or pop in to the Visit Information Centre at Craignure.The Mull Eagle Watch runs from April to October.

MULL EAGLE WATCH - MORE INFORMATION
RSPB WHITE-TAILED EAGLE BLOG

Iolo Williams narrates this introduction to Sula and Cuin,
the featured pair of 
white-tailed eagles on Mull.
Filmed by Jim Manthorpe.
First broadcast on BBC Springwatch 26/05/2014
See the entire episode here
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