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Surf's Up !

Hi Everyone,

I’ve been watching the coast for the past while trying to get a glimpse of some of our dolphins but sadly there is VERY little with a dorsal fin out there at the moment. I did spot a little Porpoise the other day heading in towards Inverness but no Dolphins just now. The weather today was nice and I was watching the waves coming in near Rosemarkie – big wooshy surfy ones…

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The coastline at the Rosemarkie Caravan site has been damaged by recent storms with big chunks of the grass that the caravans normally sit on chewed away as if by a giant set of teeth.

Best Wishes,

Charlie.

About Charlie Phillips

Field officer - Adopt a Dolphin