Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway
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Latest blog posts
  • Have you had the Mull of Galloway Experience?

    The Mull of Galloway Experience has been awarded as a 4 Star visitor attraction from Visit Scotland. The experience offers a wide variety of activities to suit different age groups with a variety of interests. The RSPB visitor centre boasts LIVE cameras...
  • Mull of Galloway Gannets

    During the spring and summer, the Mull of Galloway is home to thousands of nesting seabirds. Our most numerous breeding bird is the gannet, nesting several miles offshore on the Scar Rocks (also spelt Scare or Scaur Rocks). Although less than a hectare...
  • Celebrating International Lighthouse Heritage Weekend

    This weekend the RSPB Mull of Galloway has celebrated the International Lighthouse Heritage Weekend in conjunction with the Mull of Galloway Community Trust. Numerous talks have taken place in the RSPB visitor centre ranging from U-boats and shipping...
  • International Lighthouse Heritage Weekend

    This weekend (Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th of August) the RSPB in collaboration with the Mull of Galloway Trust will be celebrating the International Lighthouse Heritage Weekend. There is a programme of events and talks on offer, taking place in the...
  • Birds and the Bees

    The first Kittiwake chicks have fledged on the Mull of Galloway just last week, with many more on the cliffs, stretching their wings and preparing to fly the nest. The poor weather delayed the seabird nesting season on the reserve and many of our birds...
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