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 humpback whale from a breeding population in the eastern Caribbean sea has been recorded for the very first time in British waters.
Whale-watching lessons have been organised to capitalise on the increasing numbers of wildlife enthusiasts to the Moray coast.
A third humpback whale has been spotted feeding off the Moray coast.
This week, YL brings you excerpts from Keith Gordon’s experiences travelling to South Georgia and Antarctica in January, 2016. Photos by Lynda Gordon
A pair of humpback whales, who have attracted more than 1,000 people to the Moray coast in a few days, could become a tourist attraction for months to come.
This is the moment a wildlife enthusiast's dream came true as he encountered some of nature's most amazing animals at close range in the Moray Firth.
It seems in Shetland, humpback whales are a bit like buses - you wait ages for one and then two come along at once.
These are the amazing pictures of humpback whales breaching near the Western Isles.