Two ospreys have been enjoying the high life by setting up home on top of a 100ft tall electricity pylon.
RSPB bosses say the birds' nesting site is unusual, and is probably a first for the north of Scotland.
A spokesman for RSPB Scotland explained: "Ospreys may nest on cliff ledges, coastal rocks, buoys and electricity pylons.
"Man-made structures are used more regularly in North America than in Europe, although a small number of the Scottish ospreys nest on electricity pylons."
The RSPB are assuming there are chicks up in the nest — just like Loch Garten and other osprey nests throughout Scotland — but there are no plans for anyone within the organisation to climb up and see for themselves.
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