A beluga or a white whale was sighted yesterday afternoon on the 29th of Janury between Robbery Head and Lybster by Graham Garner. This all around white whale usually lives in the Arctic and sub-Arctic seas and is very rarely seen in UK waters.
Killer whales have been sighted in the Firth of Forth area several times during the last two to three weeks. The first sighting of two whales was reported on the 9th of January by the Forth Rail Bridge. Most of the sightings have been of a single whale between the Forth Rail Bridge an
Marine Biologist and marine mammal medic Ian French was called out to the stranding of a small whale on the shores of Loch Ewe on Friday the 26th January. Unfortunately this turned out to be a dead stranding, probably within the last 48 hours. Initial id was thought to be a young no
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