Tag: "Spey Bay"

Speyside Way

Speyside Way

The Speyside Way is a 106 km walking route in Scotland, from the Moray coastal town of Buckie to Aviemore in the heart of the Cairngorm Mountains. It follows the verdant valley of the River Spey, winding its way through Aberlour, Grantown on Spey and Fochabers, past several whisky distilleries. The Speyside Way is split into eight sections of similar […]

A Day in and around Spey Bay

A Day in and around Spey Bay

Shortly before you arrive in the lovely town of Fochabers, the A96 crosses the thick ribbon of the River Spey as it winds out on the final part of its journey to meet the sea.  With a stunning coastline, fantastic wildlife-watching opportunities, the beautiful river and distilleries a-plenty on its doorstep, the Spey Bay and Fochabers area has […]

Bird Watching for Beginners

Bird Watching for Beginners

Sunday 3rd August (2:15pm – 3:45pm) at the Scottish Dolphin Centre, Spey Bay, Fochabers The Scottish Dolphin Centre (WDC) in Spey Bay runs events for all ages throughout the summer months. Join them for this introductory session on bird watching: learn about the different birds which visit Spey Bay and some handy tips on how to spot […]

Dolphin watching Moray Firth

Dolphin watching Moray Coast

Whale, Dolphin and Porpoise watching in the Moray Firth The WDCS Moray Firth Wildlife Centre is based in Spey Bay, and there is a second WDSC centre at North Kessock near Inverness. Seeing the Dolphins on Foot: The Sea Watch Foundation in conjunction with the East Grampian Coastal Partnership have produced an excellent leaflet, that […]