North-east residents will have the opportunity to spot the elusive red squirrel accompanied by the city’s countryside rangers.
Aberdeen’s red squirrel population has increased, according to a survey.
Experts have been stunned to capture a “rare” sighting of what they believe is an albino red squirrel in the north-east.
People driving to a popular country park have been urged to lower their speed in a bid to protect baby animals.
The native creature was seen outside a property north of Duthie Park where only grey squirrels have been living for several decades.
A north-east animal rescue centre has experienced a 25% surge in the number of animals admitted over the past year.
Members of the public have been warned about littering after “heartbreaking” images of a red squirrel trapped in a plastic jar were taken.