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Mull is renowned for its wildlife that can been seen, something different in all seasons.   A number of TV programmes have been dedicated to the Island, including Autumn Watch.

 

Local birds noted by a guest staying at Salen Pier Lodge -  

Grey Heron, Curlew (breeding on Ardmor), Pied Wagtail (breeding nearby), Oystercatcher (breeding on Ardmor), Starling, Cormorant, Common Sandpiper (breeding on Ardmor), Common Gull (breeding nearby), Sand Martin, Song Thrush, Greenfinch, Greylag Goose & goslings, Skylark, Greater Black-backed Gull, Mute Swan, Collared Dove, Black Guillemot, Redshank (breeding on Ardmor), Meadow Pipit (breeding nearby), Ringed Plover (breeding on Ardmor), Willow Warbler, Goldfinch, Great Northern Diver, Canada Goose

 

Pictures below taken at or near Salen Pier, except Corncrake @ Iona - K Joynes May 2016



 


 

Passing Dolphins, Joe Magurn 2015

Passing Dolphins, Joe Magurn 2015

Sea eagle approaching Salen Pier
 

Eagle on the road to Salen Pier
 

Otter eating, Michael Ball 2014
 

Local otter

Local otter feeding
 

Dolphins playing in Salen Bay

Just off the pier

 


 


Where better to be to watch the wildlife go by?   Salen Pier, Isle of Mull, PA72 6JL, Scotland.


For more information please contact Peter Stanhope at info@salenpier.co.uk or +44 (0)7778 514150 (call or SMS)

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