I had an amazing afternoon at the hide and felt very privileged to see not only the fledgeling in the nest but also dad arrive with food and then mum fly in and sit on a perch above the nest.
The hide had a brilliant view and very good quality scopes were provided and set up so we could look closer at the birds.
I was moved to tears watching the Forest Ranger Cheryl assist a disabled man in a wheelchair and elderly lady at the hide. She made sure that they were conveyed to the hide and and gave them the same experience as everyone else while John talked to us in the hide about the nest and the Eagles. 5 stars for disabilty access.
Both were very knowledgable and passionate about their work.
Worth every penny at £6.
I highly recommend this if you're visiting Mull.
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