Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway

Mull of Galloway
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Latest blog posts
  • The Scar Rocks

    In the middle of Luce Bay, around 5 miles from the Mull of Galloway lies the Scar Rocks. The islands are home to a colony of Gannets - the last count in 2014 indicated 2,376 pairs nest here. As part of the RSPB Mull of Galloway reserve, RSPB staff aim...
  • Clearing the Cliffs

    One of the highlights of a visit to the Mull of Galloway is experiencing the vocal and visual display of large numbers of seabirds nesting on the cliffs. Guillemots and razorbills make up the largest percentage of seabirds that breed on the Mull of...
  • Recent events at the Mull of Galloway

    The summer is a fantastic time to visit the Mull of Galloway as the seabirds nest on the cliff ledges. It's also a good time to take part in one of the events ran on the reserve. Last weekend we celebrated our smuggling history with a festival...
  • The results are in....

    The results are in, the seabird breeding data has been collated and it appears we are having a mixed season at the Mull of Galloway. The number of breeding Guillemots and Razorbills are down compared to last year. This is most likely due to mixed...
  • Seeds of Change

    The Mull of Galloway is strongly affected by the seasons. The passage of time from one month to the next is noticeable in both the flora and fauna. Some changes are subtle, some much more obvious. One of the most noticeable changes at present is the...
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