…to the Glengorm Wildlife Project, Isle of Mull

Launched in the spring of 2013, our new initiative showcases the diversity of plants and animals that call Glengorm home.

Whether you’re into eagles, invertebrates, otters or orchids… strap yourselves in for an exhilarating journey to Scotland’s Wild-West!

Meet our Ranger

Ash-Lynn was born in South Africa but grew up in Surrey, England. From a young age she held a keen interest in Conservation and Wildlife and in 2008 she started a National Diploma in Animal Management at Merrist Wood College, achieving a triple distinction.

When she was 18 Ash-Lynn took a trip to Tanzania to study wildlife and this encouraged her towards a degree in science. She started her Bachelors in Zoology and Conservation at Bangor University in 2010 achieving a 2:1 and went on to complete a Masters in Conservation and Land Management in 2014.

Ash-Lynn is passionate about conservation both in the UK and overseas. She completed conservation field projects in both Florida and Tenerife during her studies at Bangor University and went on to volunteer for two weeks with Giant Pandas at the Chengdu Research Base in central China.

Ash-Lynn joined us here at Glengorm in April 2016 and has already fallen in love with the spectacular scenery and diversity of wildlife found here on Mull.