A Highland community archaeology group is encouraging people on their lockdown walks to record their local heritage and upload information to the Highland Historic Environment Record (HER).
Susan Kruse of Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands (Arch) said walkers could take pictures to upload to the site, or add bits of text information from their observation or knowledge.
She said: “No-one is better paced to take pictures of their local heritage as they are passing.
“There are hundreds of heritage sites on the HER map and plenty that are not yet recorded, or may not still be there.
“If you know about a site or a building, add what you know.”
Ms Kruse said this could also be done online without leaving home.
She said: “HER is a fantastic resource. It takes literally 20 seconds to upload your photo or information that you can share about a site. The photo must be your own though, or out of copyright.”
Arch normally runs a programme of talks, activities and projects, all of which have now been cancelled due to the pandemic.
Ms Kruse is also encouraging people to use their lockdown time to explore vast resources online to find out about Highland history and heritage.
She said: “There are talks, lectures and conferences online, old maps and films and even remote tours.”
She highlighted websites including Am Baile, National Library of Scotland digital resources including the Moving Image Archive, National Museums of Scotland and other online museum sites.