Mull Head

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Mull Head: Coastal grassland heath and sea cliffs, colonised by hundreds of seabirds. There is a small colony of Greater Black-backed Gull and a few pairs of Bonxie. Red-throated Diver may be seen here. There is perhaps a chance of seeing a Peregrine hunting along the cliff tops. Seals are a common sight in the seas, and if patient and quiet, it may be possible to glimpse an otter on the shoreline.

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