Scottish Borders Council is inviting residents and visitors to take part in a programme of over 30 walks, talks and activities as part of the Borders Nature Festival which runs from May 16 to June 15.
Chances to see a tremendous variety of local wildlife can be experienced with activities like the twilight otter and bats walk at The Hirsel.
Coastal events include a geology walk along St Abb’s Head and a ranger-led exploration of the rockpools at Coldingham Sands.
Councillor Ron Smith, SBC’s Executive Member for Planning and Environment, said: “The Nature Festival is an opportunity to experience more of the beautiful landscape, wildlife and heritage that we are so lucky to have here in the Borders. The programme has been well thought out to make sure that there is something for everyone. I would therefore encourage us all to take part.”
The programme is at: www.scotborders.gov.uk/naturally.