Birdwatching on Mull
The variety of wildlife on Mull is truly astonishing and it is undoubtedly one of the main islands in Britain for wildlife, and particularly, bird-watching.While Eagles have gained the most headlines over recent years, there is a huge range of wild and endangered birds who also call Mull and Iona home. Thanks to the work of farmers and other protective agencies these animals now thrive on the Island. While we encourage visitors to share their images of these wonderful animals, they are protected and any interference with their nesting sights or natural habitats is illegal and will not be tolerated by the islanders.
There is a huge number of species on the island, and for a more in-depth look please visit mullbirds.com. A typical week on Mull can result in spoting, so get sharing those photos!
More information on the best list of operators of these trips.