Join us for the Great British Beach Clean! 22nd September 2019. 11am. Knock Hatchery. Turn off at the track for the hatchery at Knock. Park near the first buildings on the left. There will be cake!!
Last September, you may remember, MOG received a call about a poorly otter cub near the Forsa river on the Isle of Mull. Sue and Darren Morley responded to the call, and luckily the story ended happily with the female cub, now named Forsa, recovering from her ordeal and finishing her rehabilitation at the SSPCA […]
Last week we received a call from a report of a very poorly otter cub at Aros loch.We expect to receive a couple of calls like this a year, and are happy to provide all possible care and attention to any otter who needs help.Our efforts are often worthwhile, and result in a successful outcome. […]
If you are an avid follower of Mull Otter Group, then you will know that we rescued a cub in a very poor condition back in September. Sue and Darren Morley brought her back from the brink with rehydration fluids and puppy milk, and after a few days she was ready to hand over to […]
What a busy day MOG had yesterday. First we joined Lochdonhead Primary school at their nature trail. A great opportunity for a photo at the otter sculpture and otter information board. Then it was over to Lochbuie for the Great British Beach Clean, where the children helped us survey a 100m stretch of beach. To […]
The International Otter Survival Fund’s World Otter Day is May 30th. To celebrate we will be holding a range of events on May 31st at Bunessan Primary School.
Come for a walk with us along the beautiful coastal path from Lochbuie to Glen Byre. You will find spectacular views, caves, cliffs and more. The path is sometimes tricky so wear sturdy footwear. Meet at the Old Post Office, Lochbuie. Walk as far as you like, fill a bag with litter, no matter how […]
This is one of those locations where there is not much rubbish at first glance but bags are soon filled. A few volunteers would be great. If more turn up a greater area could be covered, including the roadside. Meet at the substation near Pennyghael. See grey pin in below map.
This is one of those locations where there does not appear to be a lot of rubbish but when you start gathering you soon fill bags. We need some volunteers to help! If enough people turn up then a second group could clear the coast line further round the north shore of Loch Scridain, beyond […]
Mull Otter Group had a very exhausting day on Sunday 15th April. We trekked to the area just before MacKinnon’s Cave on the west coast of the Isle of Mull and gathered up years of plastic debris that had been washed in from the sea. We created a monstrous pile of rubbish which received a […]