Hidden cameras have been giving people in the East a glimpse of the wildlife on their doorsteps.
The Broads Authority scheme, backed by the Heritage Lottery Fund, sees 'Wild Watch' cameras loaned out to the public, schools and community groups.
Since it launched in April, as part of the wider Water, Mills and Marshes project, a host of surprise garden guests have been captured on camera - from deer and foxes to birds and badgers.
The Wild Watch cameras can be rented for free from four centres located in the Broads National Park.
They are available from Whitlingham County Park, Wheat Fen Nature Reserve, Suffolk Wildlife Trust at Carlton Marshes and Earsham Wetland Centre via online booking.
- For more information visit the Water, Mills and Marshes website and follow ‘Wild Watch’ on Flickr.