Fire crews have been called to a north-east nature reserve again.
The emergency service has battled more than 30 grass fires in 10 days.
Crews were again called to Kincorth Hill, also known locally as the Gramps, around 8.20pm yesterday.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) spokesman said: “Gorse was on fire at the Gramps.
“We sent two appliances, which is nine firefighters.”
Three separate patches of gorse were on fire, in an area measuring 80 metres by 80 metres.
The spokesman added: “We’ve been out there every day for the past two weeks.”
It is the recent in a spate of fires at the site, which has seen emergency services called to the area sometimes more than once a day.
Yesterday, a fire spokesman said the service had received more than 30 call outs to the Gramps in 10 days.