31st Tobermory: APeregrine again on Tobermory main street church. Also saw the Pied-billed Grebe at Salen just to northwest of the old boat. May have caught a glimpse of the Red-necked Grebe at Laggan but weather turned foul. Pinkfoot still at Calgary cemetery, Prasad 
31st March A small group of Lesser Redpolls in the forestry just past Achnacraig on th Glen Bellert road, quite a few Common Crossbills also showing well in the woods some very close giving excellent views. 
Imm WTSE mobbed by Peregrine & Raven over garden in Tobermory 26th; 3 summer plumage Slavonian Grebes, 8 Golden Plovers & 3 singing Skylarks, Loch Ba  27th; flock of 14 returning Meadow Pipits, Ardmore 27th; Barn Owl over Old Bond Store, Tobermory at 23.00 hrs on 27th; party of 7 Crossbills, Dervaig forest, with pair giving great close-up views, Kilmore Terrace 28th; pair Peregrines wowing visitors on spires of former Free Church, Main Street, Tobermory on daily basis. 
29th Balmeanach by Fishnish: The Leucistic Hoodie has been seen again today by Richard Atkinson
29th: Pied-billed Grebe from the wrecked boats at Salen Bay, 16:00. 
29th Red-necked Grebe very distantly from road at Laggan Bay. Also Loch na Keal:  7 GND. 17 Slav Grebe, Golden Eagle, several Wheatear.Bill Aspin & Garry Taylor.
           Enroute back to 17:00 Craignure Ferry, Garry spoke to a Birder who said he was surveying numbers of Great Northern Diver off the coast of Mull. Last night he counted 69 GNDivers in Loch Na Keal!

Alan Curry took this brilliant photograph of the Mull Pied billed Grebe on 28th March
28th  three flocks totalling about 50 Whooper Swans flying north over Treshnish.The Pink-foot is till around at either Calgary cemetery or Bennan (today at Bennan)
Guests here who know next to nothing about birds described an auburn coloured bird of prey with a forked tail.They drew the fork for me and it was like a Red Kite. It was seen on the coast road on south of Calgary bay Prasad
28th Salen Bay Pied billed Grebe  here Aros Castle end, skulking in the sea weed & hard to find. Alan
28th  Loch Frisa: 6 sand martins this morning - also pair of bullfinch, pair of grey wagtail close to hide. Male goldeneye and black throated divers on the Loch. Debby Thorne
27th Loch na Keal: Barn swallows at head of Loch na Keal this afternoon. Celia McIntyre & Danny Lamont
25th Mar Loch na Keal - 1 Sand Martin.  Bryan Rains www.wildaboutmull.co.uk
22nd-23rd Salen Bay to Aros bridge: an extremely rare north american vagrant, a Pied billed grebe here today and yesterday, better photos to follow. very illusive but was in company with a Little grebe. This is only the second record for Argyll, the first also being on Mull in June-July 1998  on the Mishnish lochs. Alan S and finder Ben Ofield (visitor)
Also here are Goldeneye, R B Merganser, Wigeon and Teal.
22nd  razorbill calgary bay, Tawny owl Dervaig,  Martin Izzard
23rd Swallow in Glen Aros, Bar Tailed Godwit Killechronan bay 10 great NDiver 1 Merlin, Usual WTSE and GE. Martin Izzard 
Mid-March : Tobermory Male Tawny Owl regularly calling in Dervaig Road area 19th March : Tobermory burn Dipper carrying nesting material at Old Bond Store 21st March : Dhiseag Wheatear at foot of Ben More 
22nd March : Loch Ba 4 Slavonian Grebes (one close in was in stunning breeding plumage), three Red-throated Divers (pair calling), two Whooper Swans and six Golden Plover.
23rd March  : Prison Brae, Tobermory Hen Blackbird carrying nesting material. Mull Magic Tours
22nd the Pink-foot still here yesterday 22nd opp Bennan on right side of Sunipol road, Prasad 
22nd Grasspoint road area: Saw first displaying meadow pipit on GP road yesterday (Tues) ohn Cable
22nd Killunaig: 1 Treecreeper, 1 Chiffchaff. Fidden 2 Golden Plover.Bryan Rains
17th Iona: a Goshawk, Wheatear and poss Common Sandpiper (though not 100% as it was a call he heard.) Matt Wilson 
20th.Pair of Goosander and a pair of Goldeneye on  Loch Carnain, Dipper, two birds at Tobermory at the River outlet and flying under the tunnel. Martin Izzard
19th Bird club Outing: a great day out with 50 species seen a wheatear at Loch Na Keal, flock of 30 bar tailed godwits at Lochdon, 3 great northern divers, still in winter plumage on Loch Na Keal, dipper at Aros Bridge. Debby Thorne
19th 3 Great northern Divers from the ferry near Craignure, 3 WTSE Grass Point in display, Martin Izzard
18th Calliach Point: A single Lesser Black Backed Gull with Herring Gulls at Cailiach Point today.Arthur and Pam
16th: 1 Pink-footed Goose with 12 Greylags beside Calgary cemetery Prasad 
16th Fidden single Wheatear Carol Marshall 
15th Loch Beg: Loch Beg 1 Northern Wheatear, 1 White Wagtail, 2 Pied Wagtail, 2 Stonechat. Bryan Rains 
11th Salen: We've had a Yellowhammer in the garden for the last 2 days - (photo above) Debby Thorne
10th two flocks of Canada 30 plus 14  with Greylags near the golf course Craignure. Alan
8th Loch Tuath:40 Whooper Swans at Ballygown, Loch Tuath Prasad 
8th Loch Cuin: 5 Whooper swans (2 adults and 3 immatures) on Loch Cuin. Rod & Gill Little
7th: 1 Pink-footed Goose with 11 Greylags below Frachadil, Calgary. Prasad 
6th Off Laggan Bay:Red necked Grebe (Sgeirean a' Phortaire), a very rare find for Mull, kindly reported by Bill Aspin
6th Mishnish  2 (1pr) Goosander, 14 Goldeneye, 20 Greylag. Tobermory: Peregrine. Achnadrish: 2 female Crossbill.
Dervaig: 5 Little Grebe, 7 Goldeneye, 10 Wigeon, drake Goosander.Calgary: Red-throated Diver, 2 Shelduck. Loch Tuath: 5 GND. Greenshank, 1pr Red-breasted Merganser, 3 Greylag & 2 Shelduck Ballygown Bay. Golden Eagle.  8 RBM Laggen Bay.Ulva Ferry: 10 Little Grebe, 7 RBM. Loch Na Keal: Golden Eagle, 2 White-tailed Eagle, Peregrine, 15 Great Northen Diver, 1 Red-throated Diver, 1 Black Guillemot, 2 Slavonian Grebe, 5 Bar-tailed Godwit, 30 Teal, 25 Wigeon. Loch Scridain: 10 Great-northern Diver, 2 Red-throated Diver, 8 Little Grebe, 2 Shelduck. Loch Poit Na Hi: 8 Tufted Duck. Bill Aspin (Lancashire).
6th great view of a female Merlin on the south shore of Loch na Keal just past Scarisdale woods. Arthur & Pam 
5th A Carrion Crow with Hodded Crows in Glen Bellert probably the same one you saw earlier in the year. Fulmars back at Cailiach, a single Guillemot here as well. Brambling still in the garden at Ardrioch and a new Barn Owl Box has been put up to replace the one that fell out of the tree at Dervaig and we transplanted our Barn Owl Box to a nearby tree. Thanks to Neil Gallimore who made the deluxe new box and Andy Mortley who helped put them up. Arthur and Pam 
5th March Loch Beg 2 Redwing.Bryan Rains 
4th March Loch Beg 16 Whooper Swan. Killunaig 2 Long-tailed Tit. Bryan Rains 
4th 2  Crossbill Glen Aros, 3 Crossbill Killiechronan woods and a single Whimbrel in Salen Bay, Stuart Gibson
3rd there were 3 Purple Sandpipers at Lainne Sgeir, Calgary, Prasad