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Everybody welcome to this special event at the Western Isles Hotel in Tobermory next Wednesday 27th May to celebrate International Otter Awareness Day. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great footage of a charismatic Corncrake on the Isle of Iona. Short vegetation means that these notorious skulkers are easier to locate and see than is usually the case. ... See MoreSee Less

Many thanks to Jim Irving for allowing Mull Magic to use his fabulous video from the Corncrake Walk yesterday.

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Isle of Mull shared Inspire Wild's post. ... See MoreSee Less

We provided the first ever Inspire Wild trips yesterday! We led two guided walks around Aros Park, accommodating passengers off the Sega Pearl 2 cruise ship in association with the The National Trust for Scotland. It was highly changeable weather conditions, ranging from sunshine to hail storms! We studied the bird songs of Wood Warbler, Crossbill, Willow Warbler, Blackcap, Dunnock, Treecreeper, Wren, Robin and Song Thrush. Another avian encounter was watching an adult White-Tailed Eagle in flight being mobbed by a number of persistent Hooded Crows. Palmate Newts were recorded in a woodland pond with crisp sunshine lighting up the amphibians wonderful markings and colouration. We also admired the woodlands bryophytes and lichens, learning about their fascinating history and also their relationship with the surrounding trees. Wild flowers discovered on the tours were Bluebells, Wood Anemone, Wild Garlic, Wood Sorrel, Butterwort, Opposite-Leaved Golden-Saxifrage, Water Avens, Yellow Archangel, Marsh Marigold and Primroses.

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