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I'm so eggcited!
(apologies to the Pointer Sisters!) Well - its happened! Fingal and Iona are now the proud parents of two eaglets. Last week we were pacing the floor - watching for any hint of a change in behaviour. Indeed on Monday, Iona, our female, was very fidgety and kept looking down into the nest. Then...
6 May 2012
Glen Seilisdeir Chick
Superb weather on the Isle of Mull means that the white-tailed eagle chick at the 5-star Visit Scotland attraction Mull Eagle Watch at Glen Seilisdeir is raring to leave the nest in the next week or so. Visitors on the trips this week have been amazed at the size of the chick, which is now bigger than...
20 Jul 2013
Orion - Hunter flying to the stars
Our juvenile white-tailed eagle from the Mull Eagle Watch nest at Glen Seilisdeir has recently been named by children from Tobermory School. They chose Orion from a short-list of names, because in Greek mythology Orion was a hunter who has a constellation named after him, and our young eagle flies high...
17 Sep 2013
Since our juvenile white-tailed eagle, Orion, fledged at Mull Eagle Watch, Glen Seilisdeir, I have been leading walks to the nest and beyond in search of the birds. Some days we get distant views of the adults and juvenile flying, some days we don't see any eagles at all, but some days we get really...
30 Sep 2013
A Five-star Attraction
At the end of the track in Tiroran Forest, where I lead visitors on the Mull Eagle Watch trips, I stood with a party of people taking in the spectacular view over Glen Seilisdeir and out to Loch Scridain: the sea loch where our pair of white-tailed eagles do most of their hunting. Almost giving up hope...
5 Oct 2013
White-tailed eagle fly-past
It was a great year leading the Mull Eagle Watch trips, watching the white-tailed eagles at the nest, but it is even more special when the eagles visit me. When I was out in the garden the other day a large shadow flashed across the ground, and on looking up into the sky I saw a pair of white-tailed...
27 Nov 2013
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