The first ever footage of a pair of captive bred beavers getting friendly in the wild has been released.
Two beavers have been released in Knapdale Forest as part of ongoing work bringing the species back to Scotland after 400 years.
A forest in Argyll is going to be busy with beavers after it was announced that a further 28 are to be released.
Allowing beavers to be reintroduced to Scotland would be a "golden opportunity", leading conservation charity Trees for Life claimed yesterday.
A wildlife conservation charity is backing the reintroduction of beavers following a successful experiment in Argyll.