Wild Mull focuses on conserving and learning about Mull’s wildlife and nature. “The isle of Mull, and the smaller isles surrounding it, is fast becoming known as the wildlife capital of Britain! A Hebridean wilderness where nature still dominates despite the many thousands of years of human occupation.”
How to get involved
Observation data captured on the distribution of species on Mull will improve our knowledge of the status of native and naturalised species. This information will help with conservation (to protect habitat of species), education (to raise awareness of species) and research (to undertake investigations about the ecology of species).
All observations added to this system will be provided to the National Biodiversity Network’s national Gateway – https://data.nbn.org.uk which has been established to provide universal access to all data about wildlife in the United Kingdom.