Tourist Information - Countryside and Nature
Moray has a great deal to offer nature lovers, with its wide range of habitats playing host to many bird and animal species, including osprey, capercaillie and red squirrel.
The Moray Firth is also home to rare bottlenose dolphins, which can often be seen from the shore, while in the uplands those lucky enough might catch a glimpse of the majestic golden eagle.
Earth Pillars on the banks of the River Spey
Bow Fiddle Rocks, Portknockie
Quartzite rocks with large sea arch
Califer Viewpoint, Forres
Great views over Findhorn Bay and the Moray Firth
Findhorn Bay Hide, Findhorn
Watch out for ospreys fishing for their supper
Glenlivet Wildlife, Tomnavoulin
Wildlife watching in Cairngorm National Park
Gordon Castle, Fochabers
Beautiful grounds and lake
Hopeman Sandstone, Hopeman
Stunning rock formations and dinosaur footprints
See colonies of grey and common seals resting on the rocks at low tide and various species of seabird between Portgordon and Buckie.
Spynie Loch Hide
See many bird species on this ancient loch
Wildlife Centre, Spey Bay
Learn about the Moray Firth dolphins
Wildlife Cruises – Various
Dolphin and whale spotting in the Moray Firth
The following site refer to the only Dolphin Space Programme (DSP) approved tour companies in Moray with websites.
* Please note The Moray Council is not responsible for any of these external websites