Mull and Iona Ranger Service

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The Isles of Mull and Iona have…

..more than 4000 plant species from majestic Scots Pine to rare fragrant Orchids..

..the largest population of Golden Eagle and White Tailed Sea Eagle in Britain..

..300 miles of spectacular coastline and a greater biodiversity than anywhere else of comparable size in the UK..

..and has been inhabited for about 6000 years.

Mull and Iona Ranger Service is a partnership between:


Let the Mull and Iona Ranger Service help you to discover more about our wonderful islands.

What can the Mull and Iona Ranger Service offer you?

  • An opportunity to share in the knowledge of the cultural and natural heritage of our islands through a range of guided walks, talks and outdoor activities.
  • an information service on all countryside matters including walks, fishing, wildlife spotting, cycling, access information and camping advice.
  • an ongoing process of planning and monitoring of all the recreational facilities and access opportunities available on Mull and Iona, so that we can best meet your needs and desires.
  • a liaison service between land managers and public users so we all behave positively and in each other’s interests particularly with regards to Mull’s fascinating and very diverse ecosystems

Mull Eagle Watch – 2019 season information

Mull Eagle Watch will be based at the Craignure Golf Course on the outskirts of the village of Craignure (just over a mile from the Craignure ferry terminal) this year. Trips times are 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm Sunday to Friday with no trips on Saturdays.

Tickets are £10 adult, £5 child, £25 family and locals go free.

There are toilet facilities on site. On booking you will be given more details about where and when to meet.

Booking: Booking is essential. Bookings and further information can be obtained from Visit Scotland at Craignure and by phone on 01680 812556. Each trip lasts about one and a half hours. Trips will run at 11am and 2pm, Sunday – Friday (closed on Saturdays)

What should I bring: Wet weather gear is best (just in case) as are practical shoes as the trip involves a short walk along the edge of the golf course.

Extra info: toilets and refreshments available on site. Dogs welcome on trips.

Mull Eagle Watch is brought to you with the help of Forestry Commission Scotland, Mull and Iona Community Trust, Police Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, RSPB Scotland Craignure Golf Club, the local community and volunteers. 


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Contact us

Jan Dunlop

Countryside Ranger Manager

Tel: 01680300640 or 07765898600

Emily Wilkins.

Countryside Ranger for South Mull, Iona, Staffa and Burg

Tel: 01681 700659 or 07717581405

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