The Moray Firth in Scotland is home to a population of around 130 bottlenose dolphins. It also plays host to an abundance of other wildlife including: seabirds, otters, ospreys, seals, harbour porpoises, basking sharks, minke whales and common dolphins.
A visit to the WDC centres is a great day out and gives you the chance to meet the WDC team and find out how you can support their work to protect Scotland's whales and dolphins.
The Scottish Dolphin Centre is located on the edge of a beautiful nature reserve. It features an exhibition about the Moray Firth, Dolphins and Local Wildlife. There are frequent sightings of dolphins, seals, otters, osprey and wildfowl.
The Dolphin and Seal Centre at North Kessock, near Inverness features spectacular views, making it a great place to see and hear dolphins.
Whale and Dolphin Conservation, Spey Bay:
The A96 runs between Inverness and Aberdeen and Spey Bay lies about half way along. Turn off the A96 between Mosstodloch and Fochabers onto the B9014 which branches off along the River Spey. Turn where you see the brown Tourist Information sign for the Moray Firth Wildlife Centre. Follow this road all the way to the end where it forks and the right fork will lead you to the WDCS Wildlife Centre car park.
Dolphin and Seal Centre, North Kessock:
Take the A9 Northbound across the Kessock Bridge, 100m after the bridge take the slip road to the left sign posted Tourist Information Centre & Dolphin and Seal Centre.
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