Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway
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  • Recent sightings: strange comings and goings

    The Mull of Galloway in September and October is a fascinating place to be. The cliffs have fallen silent as the last of the breeding seabirds the fulmars, kittiwakes and their chicks have finally moved out to sea. Time then to turn our attentions to...
  • Recent Sightings: Big Butterfly Count

    Introducing Alan Richards, our newest local volunteer and an all-round wildlife enthusiast, with a wide breadth of knowledge. He has been helping us to survey and record more of the flora and fauna that make their home at the Mull of Galloway. We linked...
  • Mammals and Migrations

    With the razorbill and guillemots now largely back out at sea and the kittiwakes set to head off shortly, seabird numbers are naturally reducing here at Mull of Galloway. However, large numbers of kittiwakes can still be seen around the cliffs for the...
  • Recent sightings: it's all here in black and white.

    We had quite a party at the Mull last weekend; hundreds of people came. Three days of celebrations, with free trips up the lighthouse tower, craft stalls, talks, activities from face-painting to corn-dolly making and music. It was a pity that Bertha decided...
  • Recent sightings: a game of two halves, plus festival fever

    This will be a shorter sightings blog than normal because we are immersed in preparations for the coming weekend - The Mull of Galloway Festival, a celebration of the first anniversary of the Community Buyout . Three whole days of activities organised...
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