The world's largest collection of trained owls is opening its doors at a new venue this summer.
The Scottish Owl Centre, which houses more than 100 birds, has been moved from its previous Campbeltown base to Polkemmet Country Park near Whitburn in West Lothian.
Owners Rod and Niccy Campbell said they spent two years preparing for the 160-mile move to the new location due to the difficulties involved with transporting so many fragile and rare creatures.
Many of the centre's birds are trained to be handled by humans. Their keeper, 18-year-old Lauren Walker, said that the birds were "great to work with".
The centre is also home to some of the world's rarest species of owl, including the ashy-faced owl which is found naturally in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
The centre's staff and owners say that the owls have settled in well to their new home, and that since the move they have already welcomed two new owlets to the collection.