Scotland's sea eagle population has enjoyed a record-breaking year with 29 young birds fledging from nests, RSPB Scotland has revealed.
White-tailed sea eagle chicks have been doing particularly well
Ten chicks were raised on the Isle of Mull and a pair on the Isle of Skye hatched three.
RSPB Scotland said the third Skye chick died, but the remaining two fledged fit and healthy.
White-tailed sea eagles settled on Mull and Skye soon after their initial reintroduction to Rum in 1975.
Skye and Mull are home to almost two-thirds of the Scottish sea eagle population of 33 breeding pairs.
Mull's birds are to feature in a forthcoming BBC television series Saving Planet Earth and Nature's Calendar.