Entries are now open for the annual awards ceremony, which celebrates those working to protect Scotland's natural habitats
Entries are open now for the Nature of Scotland Awards.
RSPB Scotland’s Nature of Scotland event will spotlight the people, projects, and organisations who have had wonderful achievements in preserving and improving our natural world thanks to their passion and dedication.
Co-sponsored by NatureScot, this year will mark the 10th year of the awards.
A spokesperson said: "Free to enter, we are seeking applications and nominations by Tuesday 14 June in 10 award categories from business, public sector organisations, research institutions, community groups and individuals who have been active in nature conservation across Scotland, and their work can date back to March 2018.
"We are proud to announce two new categories including the Health and Wellbeing Award which recognises the positive relationship between nature and wellbeing and celebrates initiatives that actively encourage people to engage with nature to support mental and/or physical health and a new Nature Champion of the Decade which will open as a public vote in autumn."
The ceremony will take place on 17 November, with the shortlist revealed in September. Entries are open now and can be made online.