Category: Mike’s Mullings

Mother and cub

14th February. Mother and cub relaxing in the rain today on Loch na Keal. mike.

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14th January

14th January. Watched this young otter running around and fishing with its family for over 30 minutes today on a very rough sea loch mike. .

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31st December New years eve walk. A walk in the rain this morning and a close encounter with the Salen bay otter five minutes walk from our front door. This afternoon I ventured further afield, 10 minutes by car and found this lovely hare with the geese. mike.

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Glossy Ibis

Glossy Ibis 21st December Walking the dog this morning  and a very rare visitor to Mull flew in and landed in the field in front of me, this would the first verified  Glossy Ibis to be seen on Mull so I had to get a photo of it. Not easy as my trusty camera that […]

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28th November

Half day tours. 28th November. We now have another vehicle on the road and ready for touring, its a Volvo XC90 all wheel drive, seats four very comfortably and six with the fold up seats in the back. So if you want that special private tour to go where you want or a half day […]

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12th November

Sunday 12th November. A relaxed day out with friends today with great views of both golden and white tailed eagles, otter (5) and much more. It rained, it hailed, and the sun shone before giving us a great sunset. Just another normal day here on Mull with wildlife to see all through the year, it […]

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EVENING EGRET

26th October  2017. I came home from work today and we decided to enjoy the last hour of daylight , or should I say the last hour of gloom at Fishnish to see what we could see. After about half an hour of sipping coffee and eating home made cake (watching wildlife is a tough […]

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Sunday 1st October

October came roaring in, high winds and torrential rain, Mike joined me today on the tour. We decided to go ahead as our guests had one day only to see Mull. Off we went, a brief gap in the rain for our first stop and lots to see. Redshank, greenshank, oystercatcher, common gull, common seals, […]

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CROSSBILLS

 18th April Crossbills at last. It’s been one of those birds I’ve never seen you know how it is, “if you had been here five minutes earlier they were feeding just there” or “there they go behind the trees your just to late”. Today was nearly the same story I had gone to the loo (to […]

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27th January

27th January Today I had the difficult task of clearing brambles and weeds from  sloping ground high above the turbulent sea. Luckily I had organised a crack team of gardeners to help me and we soon had the area cleared. The good thing about the Mull wild goats is that  not only do they clear the ground […]

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