Who we are …..
As wildlifeonmull tour operator on the Isle of Mull, join us for the ultimate wildlife experience. Experience a flavour of this magical island through its wildlife, scenery and history, including the White Tailed Eagle, Golden Eagle, Hen Harriers, Red Deer and Otters.
WildlifeonMull is a guided tour with a difference. We are based in a designated area of outstanding national beauty that is Ulva Ferry, with its unrivalled views along Loch Na Keal, up loch Tuath and across Inch Kenneth to the Isle of Iona. Join our tour of the magical Isle of Mull, we will show you some of the spectacular scenery, while looking out for the majestic golden eagle, white-tailed sea eagle, hen harrier, red deer and otters and much more of what this beautiful island has to offer.
Mull Wildlife can be enjoy in all seasons.
The Isle of Mull sits off the West Coast of Scotland and is the second largest of the inner Hebridean islands.
Boasting approximately 300 miles of coastline from rugged Cliffs to both white and black sandy beaches. Also view the sea as spindrift is torn from the surface, spiralled up into the sky and carried away by the winds created by these gales which tear through the islands occasionally.
We also have a number of smaller islands on the western side of the Isle of Mull. From the famous Iona up to Staffa and on to Inch Kenneth and Aorsa. These islands have their own remarkable history while a few miles out off the west coast we have the Treshnish isles, owned by the National Trust and internationally famous for its birdlife.
There are also areas of broadleaf woodland protected for their rare ecosystems, and large areas of grass moorland covering much of the hillsides. Sea and Freshwater Lochs, and rivers with fantastic waterfalls just add to the variety of habitats and scenery.
The beauty of Mull can be enjoyed year-round with an ever-changing landscape, in spring and summer an abundance of wildflowers and nesting birds such as the Hen Harrier, Eagles and short-eared owl, whilst autumn brings us the sounds of rutting deer, autumnal colour and migrant birds.
With the winter months we experience spectacular sunsets and millions of stars on clear nights, the Aurora Borealis is known to light our evening skies. Elsewhere you see Eagles soaring along cliff edges looking for
We have secluded bays where Otters can be seen playing and fishing in the kelp with Common and Grey Seals basking on the rocks and small islands uncovered at low tide.
We will be on the look-out for Porpoise flitting through the waves as they hunt for food their fins glistening in the sunlight or Basking Sharks trawling for plankton close in shore.
Also, a chance to sight the Bottlenose Dolphin or a Minke Whale as you watch and wait and let the cares of the world gradually drift away taking in the timeless scenery and beauty that Mull has to offer.
Loose yourself as you watch a Grey Heron patiently waiting for a meal on the loch side or a family of ducks or geese drift on by as a Skylark, full of the joys, sings it’s wonderful song as it soars above your head or the distinctive call of the Oystercatcher noisily tries to see you off thinking you are too close to its nest.
All this is what a holiday or a day out on with Widlifonmull is all about, “What is life if full of care, I have no time to stand and stare“ (William Henry Davies, Poet
A holiday or a day out with WildlifeonMull lifts your cares away, leaves you renewed and ready to take on the world again….until your next holiday on The Magical Island Of Mull.
Mull Wildlife Guide
Your tours will be led by Andrew, who has lived on The Isle of Ulva and then Mull for over 30 years.
A graduate in Ecology and wildlife management, he is well qualified to make your tour an interesting, enjoyable and memorable day as we take you on a guided tour in our comfortable 8 seater mini-bus. Taking into account the changing tides, weather and our guest’s interests, we will take a route which will give the best chance of seeing both target species and other wildlife giving you a chance to enjoy as much of Mull’s natural world as our day allows.
Travel and Accommodation information on Mull
Guide to Isle of Mull Ferries
Car/passenger ferry’s run regularly from the mainland. There are three routes to the Island Oban – Craignure, Lochaline – Fishnish and Ardnarmuchurchan – Tobermory.
On arrival on the Island, there is a bus service on the main routes and you can hire transport in Tobermory. If you are thinking about hiring a car it is advisable to book early during the summer months. On the other hand, make the most of your day by having us pick you up from the Ferry or your accommodation and get an early start!!
Although we are based at Ulva Ferry and tours will normally start from there, pickups can be arranged from Craignure, Salen or Tobermory, as well as being able to work along with the Calmac Ferry timetable by prior arrangement.
We take tours out all week, please contact us for additional information or to request a booking on our web page.
www.mullbirdclub.org.uk – A non profit making organisation to advance the knowledge of birds and natural history in a social context
www.theboathouseulva.co.uk – Situated just off the west coast of Mull, the Boathouse offers a unique dining experience for visitors on the picturesque island of Ulva
www.isle-of-mull.net – Information on the Isle of Mull & Iona
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk – Undiscovered Scotland, the ultimate online guide to Scotland. The site is a combination of visitor guide, accommodation listing and business directory, and aims to show you what the country is really like
www.parklodge.co.uk – A local family run hotel in Tobermory offering affordable clean accommodation to suit all from families on the Balamory trail to hill walkers and wildlife enthusiasts
www.arosmains.com – Aros Mains offer you great quality accommodation for you to relax and enjoy the fantastic sights and experiences that the Isle of Mull has to offer
www.pennygownholidaypark.com – Perfect location camping on Mull catering for touring caravans, motorhomes, campervans and those camping in tent.