Fifteen pilot whales in trouble in Kyle of Durness

Two whales have come ashore and up to 15 others were in difficulty in shallow water at Kyle of Durness, on the north Highland coast.

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said the whales were believed to be from a pod of as many as 60.

The long-finned pilot whales may have been hunting prey or had sought a place to rest.

A Royal Navy bomb disposal team training in the area has offered its help in any rescue effort.

British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) and Scottish SPCA inspectors headed for the scene.

Highland Council countryside ranger Donald Mitchell and nine coastguard volunteers have been monitoring the situation.

Mr Mitchell said that at low tide only a narrow channel of sea remained.

Kyle of Durness opens out into Balnakeil Bay.

Charlie Phillips, a Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS) field officer, said the area was remote and it would take rescuers sometime to reach the scene. – BBC News

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