Firefighters have rescued two dolphins after they became stuck in mud, using a hovercraft and an inflatable sled.
“Thrilling” sightings of bottlenose dolphins and a commuting seal are among the memorable moments at the UK’s coasts this year, the Wildlife Trusts said.
High hopes that Greyhope Bay project will welcome first visitors this summer to see Aberdeen’s famous dolphins
Hopes are high that a wildlife-spotting centre with spectacular views of Aberdeen harbour’s famous dolphin population will open next summer, after years of planning.
A young dolphin from the Moray Firth population has become snagged by a series of fishing hooks.
A new smartphone app has been launched to build a “health map” of Scotland’s coastlines to help protect marine species and reduce pollution.
Dolphins from the Moray Firth have been recorded going on their holidays and leaving the UK’s shorelines for the very first time.
The first stage of transforming a historic city fortification into a world-class wildlife centre could be completed by next spring.
Dolphin capital of the world – could this become the new globally-recognised nickname for Aberdeen?
Calls have been made for people to show more respect to marine wildlife in and around the Moray Firth, despite the number of incidents of disturbances to cetaceans decreasing in the past year.
Aberdeen’s first ever dolphin festival launches tonight.
Aberdeen's hugely successful Dolphinwatch returns today for its seventh season of mammal-spotting.
A pod of Moray Firth dolphins have been sighted more than 400 miles south, off the coast of Yorkshire – the furthest they have ever been recorded as travelling.
The north-east will be making a splash next month with the region's first ever Dolphin festival.
Plans to transform a historic Aberdeen artillery battery into a “world-class” dolphin visitor attraction have made a splash with business leaders and the RSPB.
It has proudly stood at Aberdeen’s harbour mouth, defending the Granite City from invaders and bombardment since 1860.
A conservation charity has called for greater protection for sea life off Scotland’s west coast after extensive and “pioneering” research that identified the area as a hot spot for whales, dolphins and porpoises.
A popular dolphin-spotting business could be sunk after a national conservation body raised concerns it is disturbing Aberdeen’s famous population of the charismatic creatures.
Campaigners are calling for a ban on the use of electronic scarers to keep seals away from fish farms because of the harm they may be causing whales and dolphins.
A wildlife initiative has received a funding boost to help cement Aberdeen’s reputation as one of Europe’s best places to view bottlenose dolphins.
A pod of Dolphins decided to investigate the new suction bucket jacket foundations of Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm today. Watch as the inquisitive creatures check-out the new addition to the surroundings. Vattenfall’s Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm project installed the first turbine tower at the site on Monday. Read more on Energy Voice here
A sealife charity based on the Moray Firth coast has stopped selling plastic bottles in an attempt to help the natural environment.
Marine centre plans take off with launch of funding campaign and pop-up shop in Aberdeen shopping centre
Plans to create a £10million centre dedicated to celebrating the north-east’s marine life are progressing today with the launch of a fundraising campaign and pop-up shop.
A rare sight of dozens of pilot whales swimming with more than 10 Risso’s dolphins was spotted in a Caithness bay this week.
Wildlife enthusiasts sharpened their skills at saving the lives of stranded sea creatures during a training exercise in Aberdeen at the weekend.
Dozens of dolphins, orcas and humpback whales have been disturbed or endangered in Scottish waters this summer by people in boats and on jet skis, it has been revealed.
Ambitious, multimillion-pound plans to create a “world-class” dolphin-watching centre in Aberdeen are set to be backed by the council.
RSPB Scotland's Dolphinwatch team are holding an activity-packed family fun day on Sunday at Torry Battery.
Hundreds of sea life enthusiasts have been treated to a bonanza of sightings off the Moray coastline.
Wildlife enthusiasts in Moray have organised a weekend of whale and dolphin events to capitalise on a surge of interest in the majestic sea mammals.
A group of school pupils received a surprise visit from a pod of playful dolphins during a swimming session in the Moray Firth.
A dolphin which suffered horrific sunburn across 40% of its body last year, when it washed up on a Highland beach, has made a "mind-blowing" recovery.
A special family fun day will be held this weekend to promote a project which could transform the north-east into a world-class destination for dolphin watching.