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.


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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