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Update: Beluga move home to the ocean temporarily postponed

Update: Beluga move home to the ocean temporarily postponed

We can confirm the departure of two belugas, Little Grey and Little White from their...
US authorities put forward proposal for Makah gray whale hunt

US authorities put forward proposal for Makah gray whale hunt

Federal authorities in the United States have put forward a proposal that would allow the...
Fossil of prehistoric four-legged whale discovered in Peru

Fossil of prehistoric four-legged whale discovered in Peru

Scientists have unearthed the fossil of a 43-million-year-old whale in Peru, which was adapted to...
Nature may have the answer to plastic pollution

Nature may have the answer to plastic pollution

Scientists working on solutions to the growing problem of plastic pollution are now focusing attention...

WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre gets thumbs up from national tourist organisation

WDC’s Scottish Dolphin Centre  has once again received a great review from national tourist organisation, Visit Scotland.

The Centre maintained its 4 star Wildlife Experience accreditation following an assessment from Visit Scotland’s team, who look at a range of areas including staff hospitality and service, cleanliness, visitor information, retailing and catering.

The Centre café has also been awarded the ‘Taste our Best’ accreditation, which recognises and celebrates businesses that provide locally sourced, quality food and drink.

Alison Rose, Scottish Dolphin Centre manager said; “I am very proud of the team at the Scottish Dolphin Centre as they work hard to provide excellent service and engaging information to our visitors. The award recognises this achievement, and indicates to visitors that they can expect a fantastic day out at Spey Bay.

“The new Taste our Best award highlights our commitment to using Scottish produce, with lower food miles reducing our impact on the environment.”

If you are visiting the area, pop in and see us!