Nature-lovers are invited to take a guided summer walk to check out the wildlife at one of the region's most popular beauty spots.
The walk around Blacka Moor is being organised by Sheffield Wildlife Trust.
It takes place on Sunday July 16 between 10am and midday and will concentrate on the woodland bird species and their habitat with local experts.
Local bird surveyor Jim Clarke will be on hand to help walkers to discover the range of habitats and associated birds.
Those interested should meet at Stony Ridge car park, grid reference SK 277 806, at 10am.
For further information please email email@example.com, or see www.wildsheffield.com or contact Annabelle Kennedy on 0114 2634335.
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