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We take whales and dolphins to Scottish Parliament

We take whales and dolphins to Scottish Parliament

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Nobody Here But Kesslet…

Hi Everyone,

It’s a bit on the quiet side for dolphin sightings where I am at the moment. I’m just getting over a bad cold so I stayed at North Kessock today and watched Kesslet fishing by herself quietly in the incoming tide.

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You can maybe make out a bit of fish sticking out of her mouth. I last saw Charlie a few days ago round at Chanonry Point where he appeared from the Inverness direction with Breeze but they didn’t hang around and headed back out to sea – most of the dolphins are a bit farther out at the moment as the fishing is better.

Best Wishes,

Charlie.

Charlie Phillips

About Charlie Phillips

Field officer - Adopt a Dolphin