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Planning a hol in Scotland and like wildlife?
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Apparently some dolphin charity is taking over it's running (if they haven't already). Not sure if the opening hours will be as long though
The Whale & Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS) has taken over the running of the Dolphin & Seal Centre at North Kessock.
It normally opens on 1st June and closes on September 30th.
where do u stay in aviemore,i stay here all year round?
Other great places to look for fauna are:
Glen Tannar - crossbills, otters along the river, crested tits occasionally in the forests up the slopes.
Lochnagar - rare Cappicailles, ptarmigans
Back of Bennachie - Ospreys fishing in the river
I could go on, but I've got to keep some of them secret. Just remember if you do go to any of theses, they are wild places, please leave them as you found them, if not cleaner.
I've sent you a pm.;)
Rothiemurchus is teeming with the most fantastic wildlife, plant and animal, in one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland.
For a truly unique experience to look for Pine Marten, Badger, Red and Roe Deer and much more, you may book a special Speyside Wildlife Watching experience.
Click 'On Land' and 'Wildlife Watching' from the left margin options.
but just to say i used to live in the middle of the highlands and i can certainly say that all the places mentioned are amazing. I take it for granted really but should appreciate it more.