In October 1927, a school of more than a hundred whales was stranded in the Dornoch Firth near Ardgay and Bonar Bridge. Martin Alister Campbell Hinton, Deputy Zoologist of the Natural History Museum, came to study the whales and wrote the following account.
Many problems of scientific interest and economic importance concerning the breeding, growth and longevity of whales await solution. For some years it has seemed that this solution could be. . .