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Mull Eagle Watch

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Glen Seilisdeir | Tiroran Forest, Isle of Mull, PA69 6ET, Scotland
+44 1680 812556
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An Informative Morning

We visited the Mull Eagle Watch site at Dervaig on the last morning of it's operation this year... read more

Reviewed 29 September 2017
Seamo
,
Northampton
A brilliant visit!

A Monday visit to Tiroran site that lasted well over the 2 hours. Not the best weather to see... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2017
RichB53
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Stourbridge
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Mull Eagle Watch offers ranger-led visits to view Britain's largest and most impressive bird of prey, the white-tailed eagle. There's also a really good chance of seeing other wildlife including golden eagles.
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  • Very good14%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
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Glen Seilisdeir | Tiroran Forest, Isle of Mull, PA69 6ET, Scotland
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

We visited the Mull Eagle Watch site at Dervaig on the last morning of it's operation this year which meant that the chicks had fledged. Despite that we learnt a lot about eagles from the RSPB warden, Meryl, who managed to keep both our spirits...More

Thank Seamo
Reviewed 16 September 2017

A Monday visit to Tiroran site that lasted well over the 2 hours. Not the best weather to see anything but Meryl, the guide, was brilliant throughout. So good, so knowledgeable, and constantly providing information, stories and titbits when we were sheltering from the showers!!...More

1  Thank RichB53
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

A very soggy day, so expected to see nothing. Very supprised to see, at a distance, the white tailed eagles last fledgling sat on the edge of the nest. A very knowledgeable warden called Meryl gave us some very interesting facts and figures. Also some...More

Thank Sarah F
Reviewed 22 July 2017

This is a wildlife experience so you need to go prepared that the wildlife will not co-operate. If you are lucky, as we were, then you will get some spectacular sights. Meryl was our ranger and she is a very enthusiastic individual who was able...More

Thank Calummurdo
Reviewed 20 July 2017

The Eagle watch is manned at the nest most likely to be of interest. The Ranger is knowledgeable and informative. The nest was disappointingly far away compared to the Osprey Hide at Loch Garten. One chick had fledged and on a cold wet day, the...More

Thank J S
Reviewed 13 July 2017

We visited the hide near Dervaig. Can't remember the rangers name but she was full of knowledge and enthusiasm. Yes, the hide is 300-ish metres away from the nest but with the binoculars and scopes provided you get good views of the nest with very...More

1  Thank jamesmcausland
RachelAnnFrench, Ranger at Mull Eagle Watch, responded to this reviewResponded 19 July 2017

Hi, Thanks so much for the great review. Glad you enjoyed your trip with us and felt you learnt a lot whilst getting good views of the youngster in the nest. Hope you had a good visit to the island overall. Thanks

Reviewed 9 July 2017

We visited both hides on the island and we got some good views of both nests and one parent at each. One eagle did an obliging fly past and it was great to see in flight. The guides at both sites were a mine of...More

1  Thank floLincoln
RachelAnnFrench, Ranger at Mull Eagle Watch, responded to this reviewResponded 12 July 2017

Hi, Thanks so much for the review. We're really glad you enjoyed both of your visits to our viewing hides. We hope you had a lovely time on the island. Thanks again

Reviewed 4 July 2017

Great trip, the skipper knew just when to throw the fish for the eagles and we got amazing views of these spectacular birdsMore

Thank mosherwood2
RachelAnnFrench, Ranger at Mull Eagle Watch, responded to this reviewResponded 12 July 2017

Hi, Thanks for the review, although I think this was meant for Mull Charters rather than us. We offer guided trips to see White-tailed eagles at their nest sites, rather than a boat trip. Mull Charters is also on Trip Advisor, so you might want...More

Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

We visited the hide near Dervaig. Excellent value for money Rachel, the ranger, was great, very knowledgable and friendly. Saw chicks in the nest and two adults, one flying into the tree.

Thank Ciorsdan T
RachelAnnFrench, Ranger at Mull Eagle Watch, responded to this reviewResponded 12 July 2017

Hi, Thanks for your lovely review. Really glad you enjoyed your trip to our viewing hide at West Ardhu, Dervaig. Hope you had a great time on the island. Thanks

Reviewed 22 June 2017

Our RSPB Guide, Meryl Varty, was both very knowledgeable and filled with infectious enthusiasm. We saw both eagles on the nest at the same time - a very unusual sight. The eagles scored above us, when not feeding the chick. It was a marvellous morning...More

1  Thank Robin L
RachelAnnFrench, Ranger at Mull Eagle Watch, responded to this reviewResponded 12 July 2017

Hi Robin, Thanks very much for the great review. We're really glad you had a lovely trip to our Tiroran viewing hide. Sounds like you were lucky and had some amazing encounters. Thanks again

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They would get bored - but the adults would not.
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