Spey Bay in Moray has the largest shingle beach in Scotland, with a diverse habitat of vegetation, salt marshes and reed beds. There is a history of intensive salmon fishing. Nowadays, it’s a wildlife paradise. You can often spot bottlenose dolphins, either out at sea or feeding at the mouth of the River Spey. It’s also a haven for breeding birds and there is a rich diversity of plants and flora to enjoy.
My chat with Mary, from the Scottish Dolphin Centre.
A wide vista at Spey Bay.