November 2nd   Leave a comment

The bottle-nosed dolphin pod is still at large around Crail and Fife Ness. The dolphins have been in our part of the Forth now for most of the autumn. Yesterday morning I saw about 15 passing Crail heading towards Fife Ness. They were going slowly, milling around a bit and smacking their tails into the water so I think they were catching fish. Every recent sighting I have had has included a small individual, keeping close to a larger one. Presumably a mother with a calf.

Bottle-nosed dolphins at Fife Ness – note the smaller one on the right

Posted November 2, 2017 by wildcrail in Sightings

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