Three young golden eagles have been released into the wild at a secret location in the Moffat Hills.
They were moved from nests in the Highlands where the majority of the birds are usually found.
The translocation project hopes to increase the number of golden eagles in parts of the country where they have become an increasingly rare sight.
Fewer than five breeding pairs exist in the south of Scotland with none in England or Wales.
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