Two White-tailed Eagle chicks symbolic of a new future for their forest home have been named Saorsa and Dochas after a public vote.
The winning names beat contenders such as Haggis and Neeps, and Birdy and Beaky McBirdface.
The pair hatched in the midst of a £4.5 million appeal to buy and restore Loch Arkaig Forest in the Scottish Highlands, which is being sold as part of the National Forest Land Scheme. The scheme allows community organisations to buy land where this will increase public value.
Once extinct in the UK, White-tailed Eagles have been successfully reintroduced. The chicks, whose names translate as Freedom and Hope, are thought to be descended from Blondie, the first reintroduced White-tailed Eagle to hatch a chick in Scotland.