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  1. No trips to Africa this year – but a trip to Scotland! Puffin Predator Bird One of the mammals. Outline of trip A few days based in Broughty Ferry (east coast, near Dundee). May 26th- June 1st Isle of Mull (based in Salen) June 2nd- 3rd Iona June 4th-5th Kippford (Dumfries and Galloway) – for the Galloway Kite Trail We chose the timing of the trip to give us the best chance to see Puffins. They are on the Island of Lunga (just off Mull) from mid April to early August. I had never been to Mull before (MrsQ had visited a long time ago) and I had never seen Puffins. Mull is also well known for White-tailed Eagles as well as a variety of other wildlife. @Towlersonsafariwere very helpful in sharing their knowledge of Mull, and the guidance they provided contributed greatly to our trip – so thank you. Be booked the second section of the trip quite a while ago, but then we had to also visit the east coast for family reasons. We managed to fit in in some wildlife viewing in the east and then we travelled across Scotland to the west coast to visit Mull. The report will not be a detailed day to day report, but I hope it will give a flavour of some of the places we visited and some of the creatures we enjoyed seeing.

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