Friday, 27 March 2009

Come and visit us.

If you haven't been before, Loch Frisa on Mull is one of the best places in Europe to enjoy unique and spectacular views of White-tailed Sea Eagles. Book a trip and you'll be taken by a Mull Eagle Watch ranger to the hide where you can watch the nesting family from a safe distance.

As well as these stunning birds of prey, Loch Frisa is home to plenty of other wildlife, including golden eagles, hen harriers, buzzards, otters along the coast and red deer, which will be calving in June.

Been before?

If you've been to see us before, the hide is about 500m further down the road this year, with parking on the opposite side of the road to and within 20m of the hide.

Times and prices

Prices and trips times are same as last year: £2 children, and £4 Adults. Trips times are at 10.00 am and 1.00 pm.

For full details of getting to the meeting point see our main page at

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