Pull on your wellies, wrap up warm and get ready for an autumnal adventure this month kids, as the Countryside Rangers host special seasonal events during the October holidays.
Taking over Seaton Park on Wednesday, October 21, people of all ages can pop along to learn about bat detecting, bug catching and aquatic animals.
The autumnal adventure, which runs from 2pm until 4pm, will see the rangers provide all kids and adults will need to go exploring, with nets, trays, identification sheets, bug pots and bat detectors available on the day.
Aberdeen City Council Countryside Ranger Rob Rowe said: "It’s great that we can run this event and get folks clued into what they can see.
"There is still much food around in the form of flowers, berries and nuts which will attract many animals such as birds, and small mammals which are getting ready for hibernation."
Other events taking place during the October holidays include a Pond Pick-me-up at Kingswells pond on Saturday, October 24 from 10am to 3pm.
Habitat Help for Blazing Flies will also take place on Saturday November 14 from 10am to 3pm. The event aims to help build the perfect environment for dragonflies.
For more information and to book a place on any of the autumnal adventures, contact the Ranger Service on 01224 897400.