A REALLY Wild Festival will be held at Spey Bay on Monday.
The annual event is run by the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society at its Scottish Dolphin Centre.
People are being asked to attend and join in a celebration of Scotland’s great outdoors with the fantastic array of wildlife and heritage Spey Bay has to offer.
Activities at the wild day includes a rockwall that will allow visitors to see the spectacular views right across the Moray Firth.
There will also be children’s activities, a drumming workshops, dolphin watching, music, tours of the centre’s historic ice house as well as food and craft stalls.
Aimee Burrows, the centre’s events volunteer, said: "Spey Bay is truly outstanding; not only in its scenery, which is ever changing, but with its wildlife too.
"So far this season I have seen seals, ospreys and, the icing on the cake, the Moray Firth bottlenose dolphins.
"We are excited about celebrating the great Scottish outdoors at the Really Wild Festival and are inviting everyone to come along and join in the fun."
The festival will take place from 10.30am until 4.30pm and entry is free.
Disabled parking will be available at the Moray Council car park at Spey Bay, with Spey Bay Golf Club providing parking at a cost of £2 for the day.