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Alan Airey

Regional Coordinator

Sea Watch Foundation

HQ Phone:  +44 1545 561227

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Sea Watch Foundation

Paragon House Wellington Place

New Quay, County of Ceredigion,SA45 9NR

United Kingdom

Company Description

Sea Watch is a national marine environmental research charity working to improve the conservation of whales and dolphins in the seas around Britain and Ireland. Our aims are to: Involve the public in scientific monitoring Raise awareness and understanding ...more

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Regional Coordinator

North Grampian


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Sea Watch Foundation » News and Articles

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A mammal, even the size of a porpoise, would cause a stir on land, but under the sea they go unnoticed" said Alan Airey, Sea Watch Foundation Regional Coordinator for North Grampian.
Based on the east coast of Scotland, Alan reported a fin whale sighting to Sea Watch Foundation at the beginning of May this year. Other 2014 sightings have occurred off County Waterford and Rockall (430km north-west of Ireland), in January and February respectively.


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Alan Airey, SWF Regional Coordinator, frequently conducts land-watches from this site and others along this stretch of coastline.
Last weekend's watch proved to be particularly successful with 61 bottlenose dolphins passing the headland in the space of two hours. Some of the animals were even seen to bow-ride a small trawler into Burghead Harbour which is something that Alan has only witnessed a handful of times before.


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Alan Airey, SWF Regional Coordinator, frequently conducts land-watches from this site and others along this stre
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Regional Coordinator: Alan Airey
7 Fleurs Avenue Forres Moray IV36 1NB Telephone: 01309675689 Email: al_airey@hotmail.co.uk Click here for recent sightings from N. Grampian Alan Airey, SWF Regional Coordinator, frequently conducts land-watches from this site and others along this stre Read More


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Sea Watch's North Grampian Regional Co-ordinator Alan Airey is having a season of whale and dolphin sightings second to none - and has been sharing some spectacular sights with passersby on the coast!
Last Thursday he witnessed killer whales - orcas - working together to hunt fish off Covesea west of Lossiemouth. At one point he was able to see three killer whales leaping clear of the water - breaching- at the same time! Alan was also able to let passers-by witness the drama through his telescope last Thursday ( June 6). He said : " Everyone who used the telescope was thrilled by the experience . It was something that so few people get to see live and so close in to the coast. He had gone to watch after a friend alerted him to 20 bottlenose dolphins off Burghead swimming east which had suddenly turned and headed back west at speed. He said: " I wonder now if they had heard the Orca in the area and decided to make a swift exit before they became prey!" When he arrived he saw the killer whales - three big males, four females and one juvenile just 2km off the coast , but no sign of the dolphins Alan said: " Hundreds of gulls were overhead as they were feeding and the males kept slapping their flukes down hard as if trying to stun the fish.


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