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The Isle of Mull is famous for its wildlife, and it is not surprising. With 300 miles of coastline, a mountainous centre and an abundance of woodland, moorland and wild pastures, there is more than enough room for a miriad of wildlife to truly live as nature intended, untouched and unbothered by the human inhabitants.

In recent years the reintroduction to the wild of White Tailed Sea Eagles has been hugely successful, with Bill Oddie's "Spring Watch", "The Natural World" and "Eagle Island" all coming to Mull to feature its majestic inhabitants. Gordan Buchanan comes from Mull and is often back here filming.
With over 250 species of birds, including the White Tailed and Golden Eagles, plus otters, seals, dolphins, porpoises, minke whales and basking sharks it is easy to see why Mull is synonimous with wildlife. The new wildlife series "The Sea of Change" is currently on Mull filming.
Iona Abbey Mull railway Sea Eagle dolphin
Duart Castle Trips to Staffa Puffins on Staffa Calgary Beach
There is plenty to see and do on the Isle of Mull. Families are well catered for with attractions such as a Catch and Return Aquarium, Whale and Dolphin centre, Chocolate Factory, Pony Rides, Castle Dungeons and Beautiful Beaches. There is a suberb theatre, a bijou arts centre, a distilliary, scuba diving with clear water and beautiful wrecks and many other attractions. Walking and birdwatching are all year round activities.
Every year there is a music festival in Scotland called "The National Mod". Click here to see Janet's daughter Jennifer singing her prize winning piece.
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