Nigg Bay is an extensive area of mudflat, saltmarsh and wet grassland on the Cromarty Firth. Visit any time between October and March and you're sure to see countless wading birds and wildfowl, such as bar-tailed godwits, knots, pink-footed geese and wigeon, feeding and roosting on the mudflats, moving with the tide in and out of the bay.
The best time to visit is two hours either side of high-tide, as the birds are pushed up closer to the hide.
The summer months bring breeding birds to the wetland areas and saltmarsh. We are also creating a new area of wet grassland to attract breeding lapwings and redshanks. There is a car park and wheelchair-accessible hide.