Walkers interested in wildlife can attend a guided tour of the Blacka Moor Nature Reserve later this month.
The reserve’s Living Landscape manager, Annabelle Kennedy, will be leading the walk around 181 hectares of moorland on Saturday, July 13.
Among the wildlife walkers can expect to see are a range of birds, including chiffchaffs, willow warblers, black caps, garden warblers, cuckoos, wheatears, stonechats and whinchats.
There might also be a chance to spot a red deer.
Those who wish to attend are invited to take a picnic for lunch afterwards.
The walk will last around two hours, finishing back at Stony Ridge Car park.