The Isle of Mull Bird Club
The Isle of Mull Bird Club is a non profit making organisation open to all. Our aim is to advance the knowledge of the public in the study of birds and natural history in a social context. The club was inaugurated by Alan Spellman, Len White and Peter Hall in 2001.
Regular meetings are held from September to April, usually in the Craignure Village Hall and there may be occasional meetings during the summer months. Several field trips usually take place each year both on and off the island. Notices advertising our meetings will be placed in “Round & About” and via e-mail to members, as well as this website.
The club is open to all ages and groups and visitors will be made very welcome. Join here.
Bird sightings on Mull
If you see an unusual or rare bird on Mull please let the Mull Bird Recorder have the details. You can e-mail him (see link on left) or visit his website at Mullbirds.co.uk. All records are passed on to Jim Dickson, the Bird Recorder for Argyll & Bute.
All normal Bird Club activities
are suspended until further notice
This species is new to Mull, and The Argyll Bird Club would like to know of any sightings on the island. Please follow this link to Mullbirds.com for more details of how to record your sightings.
Do you visit Mull often?
You can join Mull Bird Club
even if you don't live on Mull
Coming to MULL this year?
How about booking one of the many tour operators that offer excellent full day wildlife watching trips?
Two of the best are also Bird Club Members:
Bird Checklist for MULL (updated)
Note: Print pages 1 and 2 only, on standard A4 paper. Then print page 3 on the reverse of page 2 and page 4 on the reverse of page 1. Assemble and staple together and then fold to form an A5 booklet.
Mull Bird Club has a new digital projector, in part funded by donations from MESS and 'The Waterfall Fund'
If you would like to borrow a digital projector for your Mull based club or organisation please contact Andrew Oldacre on 01680 812105
We do not charge for this but suggest a donation of ten Pounds towards our fund for a replacement projector bulb (they're very expensive!)