Twenty-six rare wading bird chicks have been hatched by conservationists in the Fens as part of a project to protect declining species.
The black-tailed godwits which are at risk of global extinction, will be hand-reared by staff at the Welney Wetland Centre.
They're working with the RSPB in a five year project to increase numbers.
This summer is the first of five breeding seasons during which black-tailed godwits will be given a helping hand.
Now the chicks have hatched they will be reared, before they are released into the wild once they are close to fledging.