An environmental group is leading a guided walk to spot special birds and educate the public on an endangered species that is on a sharp decline.
RSPB Scotland and the North East Scotland Biological Records Centre have teamed up to offer people the chance to look for swifts as part of Swift Awareness Week.
The common swift has had a dramatic decline of 50% in just 20 years.
Swift Awareness Week runs from June 16 until June 23.
The walk will be on June 21, the longest day of the year, along the River Dee.
Guided by a local expert, people will get to learn more about the conservation of the migratory birds and how to record sightings.
The meeting point will be at Duthie Park car park and the walk will run from 7-9pm.
Booking is essential and those interested should contact email@example.com to secure a place.
This summer marks the first events to help the birds, with campaigns aiming to raise awareness of the endangered species and offering solutions on how participants can help them.