The White Tailed Sea Eagle and our ability to watch them has been an integral part of the Isle of Mull for more than three decades and is still the first, largest and most successful location for resident pairs of nesting and breeding White tailed sea eagles in the whole of the UK, our eagles are special because they were re introduced to Mull after being hunted to extinction from the west coast of Scotland and continue breeding successfully today within the wild landscape of the island.

White Tail Eagle

Tiroran Community Forest Eagle Hide is less than 10 minutes from the gardens of Tiroran House Hotel and is one of only 2 (5 star) gold tourism awards to exist in Scotland. Tiroran offers first class and unrivalled views of nesting white tailed sea eagles and you can be reassured that you will be mesmerised by this unique, spectacular and premier wild life watching experience – they are frequent visitors to the skies and beach of Tiroran House and close encounters are a regular and frequent experience

How to book

Guided visits run from April to October. The ranger-led trips will run seven days a week between the two viewing hides. Trips usually run twice daily at 10am and 1pm and last for two hours. Subject to availability, visits run on request at other times of year – Booking is essential and can be made through the Visit Scotland Information Office at Craignure on 01680 812556.

We also recommend

Bryan Rains at Wild About Mull, land tour collections available from the hotel front door!

A boat trip with Martin Keivers from Mull Charters where it is possible to come close to these wonderful birds, the 4th largest eagle in the world – a very close encounter as they are not as shy as the golden eagle.  The boat trip brings photographers and eagles closer together and sometimes up to only 25 feet away! Please call him on 01680 300444 or 07788 677131 for more information or to book

Mull Eagle Watch Tiroran Forest/Glenseilisdeir Eagle Hide

Gordon Buchanan – The leading wildlife camera man who was born and bred on the Isle of Mull films the White Tailed Sea Eagles feeding their baby chicks