Juvenile Red backed Shrike at Dervaig Alan
16th Glen Aros; a Roller was seen & photographed
here at 05.30hrs this morning. on power lines by the log piles on
the Glen Aros road c.2.5 miles along that road from the A849 junction,
so approx 3.5 miles NW of Salen. John Bannon
This is the second record for Mull . The first
record is of a bird being shot at Loch Buie in 1888 and there is another
record, also of a bird being shot, on the Ardtornish estate by Loch Aline
in Morvern on 19th September 1927 which is in the museun in Glasgow.
24th - Craignure. A male 'Blue-headed' Wagtail
(M. flava flava) provided a cameo role on our walk today before flying
off over the camp site. Four different wagtails in a day on the Isle of
Mull is not something that we can lay claim to very often : White Wagtail,
Pied Wagtail, Grey Wagtail and Yellow Wagtail!. Ruth Fleming
On 9th May 2009 this incredibly rare bird was photographed
at Craignure camp site by Sandra Price & Alison Ingle
this Ortolan Bunting is the first ever record for
Mull and for Argyll
This Red necked Palarope was at Killiechronan on
23rd May 2011 and is the first record for mull.
It blew in whilst we were watchting a Sabines Gull
and landed next to it during a severe SW storm.
This Sabine's Gull was storm bound in Loch na Keal
on 23rd May 2011
This image of the Mull bird at Killiechronan by
kind permission of Tony Coombs
This bird was at a feeder in a locals garden at
Lochdon on 14th May 2013.
kindly photographed by Sheila Weir (a second or
third record for Mull)
This Wryneck was at Haunn on 15th August 2011,
a third record for Mull, the last being in 2001 and 1991
photographed by Anand Prasad.
A Black Stork on 26th
May 2013 at Fanmore, being mobbed by crows. Paul Toner, Lynda & David
photograph by Lynda and David
Parsons and is a first record for Mull.
Common Rosefinch at Lochdon 29th May 2013. a third
record for Mull.
photograph by Phil McDermott.
This is the web site of Alan Spellman Maridon
Lochdon Isle of Mull PA64 AP