Glen Seilisdeir is one of the best places in Europe to enjoy unique and spectacular views of white-tailed sea eagles.
As well as these stunning birds of prey, Glen Seilisdeir is home to plenty of other wildlife, including golden eagles, hen harriers, buzzards and red deer.
Information on visits to the hide
The hide has now closed for winter and will reopen at the beginning of April 2014.
(Including RSPB members): Adults £6, children (16 and under) £3. Free to island residents.
Note - Bookings for the Sea Eagle hide are essential and can be made via Craignure Tourist Information Centre or on 01680 812 556
What should I bring?
We recommend wet weather clothing and stout shoes, although parking is available near to the hide. There is a small selection of telescopes and binoculars available for you to use, but please bring your own if you have them. There are no refreshment facilities or toilets at the hide (nearest are at Salen).
How to get to the meeting point
The new meeting point is off the B8035 Salen Road or the ‘scenic route’ at approximately NM 480 303
- See a map of the rendezvous point.
- Signage is in place on the road and at the meeting point
- Wildlife law advisory notices and nest area protection measures are in place.
Partners in Mull Eagle Watch are: Police Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Mull and Iona Community Trust, RSPB and Forestry Commission Scotland.