One, possibly two humpback whales have been seen for several days between Blairmore and Hunter’s Quay at head of Loch Long and the entrance to Holy Loch, near Dunoon since 10th October. Many locals have seen the animal pictured here by a local reporter Scott Hussey.
Sea Watch volunteers in New Quay will not need to fear the occasional shower or cold wind anymore. The Western Power Distribution agreed to sponsor six sets of rain and wind proof suits for the volunteers who help conduct research into the bottlenose dolphin and harbour porpoise popu
A single sei whale was seen feeding 3 nautical miles west off Gob A ‘Chuaille, south of Greenstone point in Wester Ross, Highland on 16th of September. The 30 ft long animal was spotted by Nick Davies of the Hebridean Whale Cruises onboard the vessel Kerry. The crew and passengers of
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