Members of Mull community Council at their 8 May meeting stated that Sea Eagles on the island are now at 'Saturation Point' and are theiy are impacting on lambs, puffins and other wildlife including golden Eagles. The RSPB were accused of being single minded on the issue of Sea Eagles to the detriment of other birds and wildlife. The Community Council complained to Scottish Natural Heritage and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds who both deny that numbers are out of control. An RSPB spokesman said local concerns are simply a reaction to local people getting used to the bird being amongst them again. the Community Council comments were supported by a local island tour operator.