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Hello Moonlight !

The local dolphins are a bit scattered around the Inner Moray Firth just now trying to find the best places to find food as the migratory salmon run is a bit sporadic, but thankfully there is enough to go round and not long ago I had the pleasure of Moonlight popping right up in front of me and not far away was her lovely son (who should be getting a nice name soon) and they were joining in hunting at Chanonry Point. It was great to see them up close, in fact Moonlight was so close to the shore that I could hardly focus on her with my big camera lens. I have seen all of the WDC adoption dolphins recently and they are all looking fabulous so I’m well pleased.