Wick among the places earmarked to benefit from a Highland-wide initiative to create safe walking and cycling pathways as a response to coronavirus.
The Scottish SPCA is dealing with over eight times as many reports of baby birds as it was just one month ago.
A wildlife charity is asking people in Caithness to keep an eye out for a small but brightly-coloured butterfly, the small copper.
Locals captured the moment in video and still images as a burst pipe sent a jets of water high in the air at a mini-roundabout in Wick.
A Thurso-based taxi firm has taken extra precautionary measures to keep its drivers and customers safe from coronavirus infection.
Bizarre mutated daisy found at Thurso exhibits a condition of abnormal growth known as fasciation.
The owner of a Lyth-based riding stable is urging members of the public to be careful around horses if the animals are encountered while on a walk.
Key workers making essential travel in the Highlands have been kept moving thanks to "unprecedented punctuality across the country", claims ScotRail.
Various Highland councillors and other selfless volunteers in Caithness have been working tirelessly to strim, cut and lift grass in local cemeteries.
Writer and puffin fan Edward Hancox is releasing a book celebrating the enigmatic seabird which is now classed as endangered.
A special gift from a caring Caithness bear brought cheer to a Wick resident confined inside during the sunny weather.