Join us on a ranger-led visit to discover Mull’s majestic white-tailed eagles
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, red deer, buzzards, hen harriers and even divers.
Visiting Mull Eagle Watch
How do I book?
Booking is necessary.
Call Craignure Visitor Information Centre on 01680 812556 to book.
Ranger led trips will run Mon-Fri with two trips per day lasting for around 2 and a half hours, although visitors are free to leave early.
Times: 10am-12.30pm and 1.30pm-4pm
Trips can be organised for weekends or evenings on request for groups.
Where do we meet?
Location changes regularly, so please double check you know where to go when booking.
The meeting point is just off the B8035 road in Glen Seilisdeir. You can travel via the scenic Salen route or head round from Craignure.
Please look out for green Forestry Commission signage.
Grid Reference: NM 48000 30288
Please meet where signage indicates and wait for rangers to instruct you further.
How much does it cost?
Adults, including RSPB members, £8. Under 16s, £4. Family of 4 ticket, £20. Trips are free to permanent Mull residents. Please pay your guide on the day, with cash or cheque. Income from the guided tours benefits local good causes.
What can I hope to see?
April: Adults sitting on eggs
May – July: Chicks in the nest
August onwards: Chicks fledged but in the area
We recommend you bring waterproofs, just in case! Midge repellent can be handy too. Bring binoculars if you have them – we have good quality telescopes for you to use.
Anything else I need to know?
The visit will include short walks on gravel tracks and time spent standing in our viewing area.
Please let us know any specific requirements you may have, and closer access can be arranged. We don’t currently have toilet facilities on site.
Well behaved dogs are welcome and we’d much rather them come to say hello than stay in your car.
We work closely with the RSPB to care for and protect the Mull Sea Eagles. You can keep up to date with what’s going on at the nest on our Mull Eagle Watch blog.