Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway
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Latest blog posts
  • Decorating Seabirds

    We have been monitoring this pair since they began to nest Having a snooze- its hard work raising 3 chicks and keeping a nice nest! Protective Parent with small chicks Shags are the earliest nesters of our seabirds and have been settled...
  • Eggcellant news

    A pair of Razorbills enjoying each others company! Razorbill brooding an egg Razorbills have been on the cliffs in their pairs for over a week and we are pleased to announce they are on eggs! With lots of cliff ledges and little crevices, there...
  • A Swift Visit

    Yesterday (Friday 8 th May) saw the return of the first swift to be sighted over the Mull of Galloway this year. These miraculous aerial acrobats spend almost their entire lives on the wing, rarely ever touching land. Swifts are generally considered the...
  • Rocky

    Rocky The Mull of Galloway is like a boxing ring at the minute as our Rock and Meadow Pipits fight in furious combat over their territory. These feisty little fellows will defend their nesting site with great vigor in order to impress the ladies. They...
  • Mammal Mia

    The Mull of Galloway reserve is best known for its seabirds however it is the mammals which are currently stealing the show! Roe Deer can be found early morning almost daily grazing on the grasses and heather which make up the landscape. Recognisable...
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