A suspected arson attack at a nature reserve in Salford is feared to have devastated wildlife in the area.
Firefighters were called to the blaze at Little Woolden Moss at Cadishead on April 12.
Workers for the Wildlife Trust say many of the animals who call the site home, will not have been able to escape the flames quick enough.
Around 500 sq m (5382 sq ft) of peat land has been left 'decimated', they said.
The cause of the fire is unknown, although Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue service say it is believed to have been started deliberately.
The site had been subject to 'repeated acts of vandalism and anti-social behaviour' in recent years.
Last September, trees dating back 10,000 years were destroyed in a suspected arson attack at Little Woolden Moss.
Just months earlier, items including pumping and irrigation equipment and planting troughs with an estimated value of over £500 were stolen from the site.