Volunteers planted birch, hazel and aspen
A charity's project to regenerate a forest in the Highlands has been launched with the planting of more than 1,500 native trees by volunteers.
Forres-based Trees for Life took over 10,000-acre Dundreggan Estate in Glen Moriston last year in a £1.6m deal.
Birch, hazel and aspen have been planted.
The estate includes some of the last stands of ancient Caledonian Forest. Trees for Life plans to re-introduce wildlife once native to Scotland.
Beavers and wild boars could be released on the estate in the long term.