Dolphin movement study

18th March, 2019 in News

Dolphin movement study

Understanding the seasonal and daily pattern of movement of dolphins in the Moray Firth is vital in ensuring that they are properly protected. This resarch found that, for example, dolphins tend to become nocturnal feeders in autumn – perhaps following the herring shoals. The fact that they become nocturnal feeders, means that their presence is likely to be unrecorded – leading to mitigation advice, such as dredging in autumn, that may not be appropriate.

Read moreĀ about this valuable research.