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
Farewell from Mull Eagle Watch 2018
3rd November 2018 My goodness, it has been the most challenging season for Mull Eagle Watch! We’ve had some great highs and way too many lows but still, we managed to salvage the season and end with some fantastic and well-deserved news. Here is a su...Posted 04/11/2018 by Meryl V
An update on Shelly - the sea eagle rediscovered after 7 years
14th October 2018 In 2010, MEW watched as sea eagle pair, Fingal and Iona, raised a chick. The female was named Shelly after Glen Seilisdeir, the valley in which the birds reside on the Isle of Mull. Shelly as a chick in 2010 having her leg rings and...Posted 15/10/2018 by Meryl V
Hunting eaglets and a surprise visitor at West Ardhu
3rd October 2018 A few weeks ago, we were seeing Hope and Star, our adult white-tailed eagles at West Ardhu forest, bringing food back to the nest trees, only to eat it all themselves in front of the hungry chicks! On one occasion, after calling ince...Posted 03/10/2018 by Meryl V
2nd September 2018 We were spolit with eagle action last Thursday at West Ardhu! Hope arrived with a measly portion of food but, instead of dropping it in the nest, she perched underneath Misak to eat it herself, despite the incessant calling from th...Posted 02/09/2018 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
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