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News from Sep 2008

Moray Firth Dolphins Trump VisitScotland’s UK Visitor Wish List

26/09/2008
Moray Firth Dolphins Trump VisitScotland’s UK Visitor Wish List Dolphin watching in the Moray Firth is the number one thing to see and do in Scotland according to the results of an online survey by VisitScotland. The survey asked UK visitors to subm...

Looking for Something Wild in the October School Holidays?

26/09/2008
Looking for Something Wild in the October School Holidays? Looking for something different to do with the kids this October school holidays? Then why not check out the range of outdoor pursuits, day trips, special events and boat rides Wild Scotland, the ...

Scottish red kites soar in 2008

15/09/2008
Scottish red kites soar in 2008 The Scottish red kite population is now at its highest level for 200 years following one of the best ever breeding seasons this year, and an ongoing reintroduction project around Aberdeen.  The Scottish population now stan...

Go Roving with Moray Diving’s new ROV!

12/09/2008
Go Roving with Moray Diving’s new ROV! Lossiemouth based boat operator, Moray Diving has a new addition to its trips – an ROV, or Remotely Operated Vehicle (pictured). This strange looking machine enables passengers on the boat to see what is ...

Rare Northern Bottlenose Whales Seen off Mull

11/09/2008
Rare Northern Bottlenose Whales Seen off Mull The residents of Mull off the West coast have been enjoying 2 northern bottlenose whales who have been seen in Loch Scridain. The pair appear to be a mother and calf and were quite relaxed during their visit t...

New report shows huge support for Scotland’s wild land

08/09/2008
New report shows huge support for Scotland’s wild land A new report has shown that the vast majority of Scotland’s residents value its wilder landscapes. The remoter parts of Scotland such as the Cuillins and the high tops of the Cairngorms, a...

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