Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway
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Latest blog posts
  • Golden Charms

    Anyone visiting the Mull of Galloway during the summer will appreciate it is a time of colour, largely formed by the rich carpet of wildflowers and further enhanced by the diverse range of butterflies, bees and colourful beetles that abound, and of course...
  • Stand up and be counted

    It's been an important week at the Mull of Galloway as the staff have been busy performing the annual census of the breeding seabirds. Counting all of the birds on the cliffs is no easy feat and requires a lot of time, dedication (5am rises!) and...
  • Singing to an audience of none

    As a small headland jutting out into the Irish Sea the Mull of Galloway can occasionally feel quite isolated. Never more so than if you are a male whitethroat looking to attract a mate with no females around. This has not dampened the ardour of our currently...
  • Lazy Sunny Days

    It's not surprising that with all this sunshine we've been having lately, wildflowers and the insects that feed upon them have been adding to the beauty of Scotland's most southern nature reserve at the Mull of Galloway Experience. Flowers...
  • We've been eggspecting you...

    It’s an exciting time to visit the Mull of Galloway as the breeding season for many of our birds continues. Walking around the reserve it’s impossible to miss our nesting Meadow pipits . They perform fantastic aerial flight displays- known...
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