Sunday, 16 July 2017
Tour Scotland Video Dolphins Loch Scavaig Inner Hebrides
Tour Scotland video of Dolphins appearing out of the water in Loch Scavaig, Inner Hebrides, Scotland. The cool waters surrounding Scotland are the perfect habitat for the sleek marine mammal, with bottlenose, white-beaked and common dolphins all playing near our coastlines,. The best places to see dolphins in Scotland include; the Bay of Nigg, the Moray Firth, Broughty Ferry Castle, at the entrance to the Firth of Tay, Tayport harbour in Fife, Anstruther on the coast of Fife has experienced a rise in dolphin sightings around the Firth of Forth, dolphins are often seen at Ardnamurchan Point, Mull, and Red Point, south of Gairloch. The predominance of bottlenose dolphins is also a feature of the waters on the west coast, with over 60 members of the species living in the Sound of Barra and the Hebrides.
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