A dead male sperm whale was washed up at Tuquoy in Westray, Orkney on Friday the 16th February – the third stranded whale in Orkney in recent weeks. The 40-foot male sperm whale was washed in with the tide in an advanced state of decomposition.
A dead fin whale carcass washed ashore at Duncan’s Geo, Brims, Hoy, in Orkney. The stranding was discovered by Angus Budge of Longhope, adn reported on th Oracdian news. The 14.5 metre long animal was a female that is thought to have been dead for some time. The carcass probably drift
A lone pilot whale was sighted on the morning of January 19th, near Glenshiel by Kyle of Lochals. It appeared to be feeding at the head of Loch Duich, very close to shore. It stayed in the Loch, and was seen over the next couple of days in various locations, swimming at a leisurely pa
Sea Watch Foundation, Paragon House, Wellington Place, New Quay, Ceredigion, SA45 9NR, United Kingdom
Call Adopt a Dolphin: 07821 584772 | Call Head Office: 01407 832892 | Call team in New Quay (Apr-Oct only): 01545 561227 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sea Watch Foundation is a Registered Charity No. 1013002