Those who like to go walking
in the Peak District and spot some wildlife along the way may be interested in a guided trek organised by rangers from the national Park authority.
Held on Sunday February 20th, the event sets off from the Fairholmes Visitor Centre by Ladybower Reservoir and will involve some steep climbs and "hopefully" some sightings of white hares.
The trek starts at 11:00 GMT and continues until 15:00, with the authority noting good walking boots
and waterproof jackets
are essential gear, while a packed lunch should also be bought.
It has been designated as family friendly, with a distance of less than five miles.
The walk is not the only one arranged for next month in which spotting hares is on the agenda.
Such sights are also expected in a walk on the moors above the Woodhead Pass held on the previous day.
This will also involve seeing the wrecks of wartime aircraft that crashed on the hills.