Firth in Scotland is one of the best places in the country to see the ocean's
most playful creature - the Dolphin.
Take a trip on land or sea to watch
this amazing creature.
Check out wildlife on sea and land along the UK's
sandy beaches. Watch sensational Dolphins and get up close to Red Squirrels and
- We're in for a treat at the coast as we explore
brilliant springtime wildlife watching experiences.
Firth - Visitor Guide
Point, Moray Firth, north of Inverness, Ross-shire, Scotland..
Moray Firth Wildlife Centre - Tel: 01463 723 059 |
01463 717 288|
OS Ref: NH790674 - Cromarty
Ref: NH750557 - Chanonry Point
and Dolphin Conservation Society Wildlife Centre
- via Ecoventures
Binoculars, rain-proof jacket,
Dolphins and Porpoises
plus Common Seals (spring) plus Minke Whales and Grey Seals (summer).
of prey (summer).
Wading birds close ot Cromarty Firth.
terrain but sea front areas are flat and often tarmacked with good viewing out
Inverness, travel north over the Kessock Bridge. Turn right at the first roundabout
marked to Fortrose and Rosemarkie. While driving through the village of Svoch
turn right at the signpost to Chanonry Point. Drive down the single track road
through the golf course to the car park and follow signs to the beach.
Moray Firth Wildlife Centre is located at Spey Bay and is the base for the Whale
and Dolphin Conservation Society's 'out of the blue' trips.
and Dolphin Conservation Society map
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