Dolphin watchers looking out to sea at Chanonry Point, Tourists watching the Moray Firth Bottlenose Dolphins, Cromarty, Black isle, Scotland, UK

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Chanonry Point (Scottish Gaelic: Gob na Cananaich) lies at the end of Chanonry Ness, a spit of land extending into the Moray Firth between Fortrose and Rosemarkie on the Black Isle, Scotland. Chanonry Point is [1] one of the best spots in the UK to view Bottlenose dolphin Tursiops truncatus from the land. The dolphins are often visible off Chanonry point, particularly on an incoming tide when they play and fish in the strong currents. Other wildlife, including porpoises and grey seals, can also regularly be spotted. European otters Lutra lutra are occasional visitors.
Location: Moray Firth, Scotland uk