With an enviable range of habitats and more than 5000 years of remotely occupied history, Mull is a superb holiday destination for those who want to discover and see more of a truly natural landscape. Gordon Buchanan (wildlife film maker) was born and brought up on the Isle of Mull and worked closely with islander Nick Gordon (wildlife photographer) Simon King (wildlife cameraman) BBC Spring & Autumn Watch and Ray Mears (wilderness expert) have all visited, stayed and showcased Mull for its diverse and natural habitat and for the vast array of wild creatures and the landscapes that protect them.
There are 3 kinds of wildlife to see on the Isle of Mull and more information is available on our individual pages entitled
- Glen Seilisdeir (Tiroran Community Forest) Eagle Hide
- Bird Watching on Mull
- Land Wildlife
- Sea Wildlife
Whilst we cannot mention all species on our pages we have done our best to be thorough
BRYAN RAINS – Isle of Mull Wildlife Expert
Bryan Rains never ceases to amaze, with his genuine knowledge of all things wild, you could not do better (for a full and varied day out) than to spend it in the company of Bryan, he is kind and patient, and never disappoints, we could not recommend this trip highly enough. Pre booking advised.
JOHN CLARE – Isle of Mull Wildlife
John Clare is the new Ranger for our Tiroran Community Forest, he is an extremely knowledgeable wildlife and island expert and we are looking forward to all visitors to Tiroran being able to enjoy discovering the wildlife and surrounding beauty of Tiroran Forest and beyond with John.