We’ll be formally launching Orca Watch with our ever-popular opening night of orca-themed talks at the Pulteney Centre, Wick. Click here for more information.
We’ll be livestream the evening, as we did for Orca Watch 2021.* So if you are unable to join us on the night, and for those based in Shetland and Orkney, click here for information on how to access the livestream.
From Monday 30th May – Thursday 2nd June, and on Saturday 4th June, at 7pm we will be livestreaming a short, daily roundup programme live from the Orca Watch base, discussing what has been seen at Orca Watch that day, on the mainland and around Orkney, Shetland. On Sunday 5th June this programme will be a little earlier, at 6.30pm. Details of how to access these programmes can be found here.
Our friends, the Highlife Highland Rangers, will be leading a guided walk on Wednesday 1st June, at Sandside Head, Reay, North Caithness. The details are as follows:
Sandside Head Sea Watch
As part of the Orca Watch Week join the Countryside Ranger at Sandside Head in Reay, Caithness, for a guided sea watch. Use our telescopes and bring your binoculars to spot, record and learn about any whales, dolphins or porpoises seen from this headland. Meeting place given out on booking. Donations welcome.
Time: 11am – 1pm Booking ref: 005484THUR
Booking: Please click here to book
Those planning to be in Orkney on 28th May might like to head to Scapa Beach for Marine Mammal Day. See here.
*(Click here for a summary and schedule of the Orca Watch Live programmes produced in Orca Watch 2021. All apart from the Evening of Talks can still be seen here, on the Sea Watch Foundation’s YouTube channel.)