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Alan is no stranger to recording some of the more striking whales and nimble dolphins as he regularly provides data on bottlenose dolphins using the area as well as minkes and occasional humpback whales.
On this occasion, Alan was able to notify other observers over social media and local wildlife trip boat operator, North 58, was able to head to the area to check out the action.
We encountered the pod at approximately 8pm, 7 miles North west of Findhorn, and captured footage and photos (including ID) of the pod as they swam Westwards into the Firth.
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As reported in yesterday’s Scotsman, it is thought the Russian flotilla, which includes the 65,000-ton Admiral Kuznetsov, other warships and support vessels, was sheltering from bad weather further out to sea.
The ships are believed to have been on their way to conduct exercises in the Mediterranean.
Volunteers for the research charity Sea Watch Foundation are conducting their annual ‘Orca Watch’.
Carefully planned to coincide with a yearly arrival of orca (more commonly known as killer whales) in the Pentland Firth, the team are poised to collect data about whales, dolphins and porpoises that utilise the waters in front of them.