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  1. More than 35% of all species on the Wild Mull website are now illustrated thanks to photographs provided by many people throughout the UK.
  2. After making one of the longest journeys of any small bird, crossing ocean and desert the small wheatear has arrived on Mull.
  3. After only six months of Wild Mull being live to the public there are now more than 2000 images on the website.
  4. Of the 1300 species listed on www.wildmull.com more than 25% are now illustrated with photographs.
  5. The world's experts on burnet moths visited Mull for an international symposium at Glengorm in September. Read about the event.