To help raise funds and awareness of the charity, Highland Hospice has collaborated with local wildlife sculptor Scott Gleed and a team of artists to create 23 eye-catching squirrel sculptures, each sponsored by a local business.
Designed by Ingebjorg Smith from Tain, Eastgate Shopping Centre is a proud sponsor of Winter Wild Woods, situated on Falcon Square.
The Go Nuts Art Trail locations include Tain, Evanton, Beauly, the Black Isle, Portree, Eilean Donan, Castle of Mey, Logie, Nairn, Fort Augustus, Fort William and Boat of Garten. Seven squirrels will also be located in Inverness.
With the trail officially launching on June 28th, the squirrels are currently making their way around the Highlands.
From Friday, you can pick up free trail maps and purchase official merchandise from any Highland Hospice shop.
When the trail comes to an end in September, the squirrels will be gathered together for a farewell display and charity auction, with raised funds supporting Hospice care in the Highlands.