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Wild West “Eagles and other animals”

Of Scotland’s Big Five the golden eagle is the most highly prized but also the most elusive. The island of Mull has long been regarded as one of the top spots for watching “Goldies” in their natural environment. So Wild West are now offering this longer variation of the popular “Big Five” safari to maximise the chances of finding all five including the golden eagle, and much more in a day.
The trip leaves from Fort William at 08.00 and after travelling through the Morven peninsula we will cross the Lochaline to Fishnish ferry. We’ll  spend approximately five hours on Mull looking for golden and white tailed eagles, otters, cetaceans in the summer months and many other species of birds as well as the seals, deer and squirrels that make up the rest of the “Big Five”. We return to Fort William at approximately 18.00 hours. For full details and booking, please go to Eagles and other animals.

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