They are among the most iconic creatures in the Scottish countryside.
A housing developer has been accused of “wreaking devastation” at a north-east squirrel habitat.
It will give wildlife spotting a twist.
A conservation charity in the north is aiming to raise over £20,000 as part of a fundraising appeal to increase the population of red squirrels in the north.
They are a rare sight in Scotland but you could have a whole book filled with images of red squirrels
They are fighting for survival and becoming an increasingly rare sight, even in the north.
Rope bridges for red squirrels and road warning signs are to be put in place to protect the rare species after a new five star country club was approved for land close to their new thriving habitat in Aberdeen.
Families visiting a north-east country park this weekend will be able to join the search for red squirrels.
Red squirrels are starting to make a much anticipated comeback in parts of Aberdeen after decades of absence.