Tracking Mull white-tailed eagles
We're tracking white-tailed eagles on the island of Mull, Scotland. Follow the highs and lows of their journey here.
Working in partnership
This project is a partnership between Mull Eagle Watch (Forestry Commission Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, the RSPB, Mull & Iona Community Trust and Strathclyde Police), Roy Dennis Highland Foundation for Wildlife, Natural Research Ltd, BBC Autumnwatch and the Sea Eagle Project Team.
Satellite tracking funded by Scottish natural heritage.
Get the routes for Google Earth
Follow the journey of these Mull white-tailed eagles in more detail by downloading their satellite data for your copy of Google Earth.
Our Mull Eagle Watch blog
Coastal antics at Mull Eagle Watch
15th May 2018 Unfortunately, as many of you know, the first nesting attempt of the Golf Course eagles failed and we were crossing everything in hope that they may re-lay. They teased us with some promising signs such as bringing back nesting material...Posted 15/05/2018 by Meryl V
Uh oh! Drama unfolds at the nest…
13th April 2018 On Good Friday, when people all across the country (including myself) were getting excited about tucking into their (*cough* nine) chocolate eggs, we at Mull Eagle Watch were most excited about an egg that wasn’t chocolate at all. It ...Posted 13/04/2018 by Meryl V
Welcome back to Mull Eagle Watch, 2018!
11th April 2018 I’m excited to be returning to the role of RSPB Community Information and Tourism Officer this summer and will be running the eagle nest tours alongside Cian Burke-Brown (pictured) who is the seasonal ranger for Mull and Iona Communit...Posted 11/04/2018 by Meryl V
West Ardhu chick names and a final farewell for 2017
24th September 2017 Mull Eagle Watch tours have come to an end after another successful season in 2017. Thursday 21st was the last day of tours and, after cancelling on the Wednesday due to a return of miserable weather, I was pleased to be greeted a...Posted 24/09/2017 by Meryl V
Help birds of prey
Birds of prey continue to be killed, despite the fact that it is illegal and has been for decades. Some are still shot or poisoned, and their nests are targeted by egg-collectors. Please add your voice to our campaign to stop the killing.
Frequently asked questions
Your questions about Mull's white tailed eagle satellite tracking answered.