Friday, 30 March 2012

Mull sea eagles new location for 2012!

Viewing the Mull sea eagles from the hide
We are excited to be welcoming visitors to our brand new location at Glen Seilisdeir (pronounced Shellister – meaning ‘Glen of the Irises’) for the 2012 season. The new hide is now our main viewing point after a successful low key trial last year.

Due to ongoing timber haulage at Loch Frisa, the decision was taken that it was no longer suitable for sea eagle viewing so here we are, ready to welcome people to our new patch.

The new meeting point is off the 'scenic route', the B8035 Salen Road and is well signposted. Trips begin on Monday 2nd April, taking place daily at 10am and 1pm.

We look forward to welcoming sea eagle fans both old and new to Glen Seilisdeir, and look forward to another busy visitor season.

For more information on our new location, visit our web pages. You can also follow all the latest developements throughout the season on Twitter @skyeandfrisa


  1. If visitors come to new viewing place who is looking after them please.

  2. Mull Sea Eagles2 April 2012 at 09:41

    Visitors will be met by a sea eagle hide ranger as normal, who will remain with the group for the duration of their visit. If you intend to visit this year, we look forward to welcoming you to our new location.


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