River Isla, Moray

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River Isla
A Bridal Party by The Falls - geograph.org.uk - 1513604.jpg
Waterfalls on the River Isla near Keith
Native nameUisge Ìle  (Scottish Gaelic)
Physical characteristics
 • locationnortheast of Auchindoun
MouthRiver Deveron
 • coordinates
57°30′56″N 2°46′42″W / 57.51553°N 2.77834°W / 57.51553; -2.77834Coordinates: 57°30′56″N 2°46′42″W / 57.51553°N 2.77834°W / 57.51553; -2.77834

The River Isla (Scottish Gaelic: Uisge Ìle) is a tributary of the River Deveron in North-East Scotland. The area surrounding it is known as Strathisla (not to be confused with Glenisla, which is around the River Isla in Perthshire).

It rises to the northeast of Milltown of Auchindoun and flows northeastwards for 18 miles (29 km) through Strathisla, separating Keith from Fife-Keith, and then forms the boundary between Moray and Aberdeenshire for a short distance before joining the Deveron near Rothiemay.

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