The nature trail created by Bunessan Primary School children
Our adventure playground designed and built by local and visiting children, in collaboration with Woodland Tribe
A shelter with information about wildlife in the forest, including our resident pair of white-tailed eagles, Iona and Fingal who have lived and successfully bred in the forest since 2002 (there’s also a compost toilet nearby!)
The ruined settlement of Knockroy now populated by stunning willow figures, created as part of a community art project led by local weaver, Alexandra James. See if you can spot the willow cow pat!
The Giant Heads, hiding up a narrow path in some old sycamore trees, these ancient-looking figures chat away even when no-one is looking. They were created by Vision Mechanics and local children at our community forest ownership celebration in June 2016.
Our natural eagle viewing hide, in use when our eagle pair choose to nest in the most visible location.
The Atlantic Hazelwood containing some beautiful examples of old hazel trees. Hazel, calltuinn or coll in Gaelic, has been native in Scotland for 11,000 years since the melting of the ice sheets.
We have been developing various projects across South West Mull & Iona. Click the link below to discover something new on your own door step.