Popular BBC series Autumnwatch will broadcast live from Fife next week.
Presenter Michaela Strachan will be based at Tentsmuir for two weeks in the hope of capturing red squirrels, seals, otters, badgers, white-tailed eagles, kingfishers, waders and sea ducks.
The Isle of May will also feature as the series bids to capture grey seals on the Firth of Forth nature reserve.
NatureScot’s Marijke Leith, who manages Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve, said: “We are really excited to welcome the hugely popular Autumnwatch to the reserve and we’re sure that the local wildlife won’t disappoint.”
Simon Hodgson, chief executive of Forestry and Land Scotland, added: “We are delighted to welcome the Autumnwatch audience to Tentsmuir, which is one of Scotland’s great coastal forests.”
The live camera on the Isle of May will capture the seal pupping season.
Almost 2,500 pups are born each autumn at the NatureScot reserve, making it one of the most significant grey seal pup nurseries in the UK.
David Steel, who manages the reserve, said: “The grey seal pupping season is one of the great autumn spectacles along our shores and each year the Isle of May is transformed as the youngsters take over.
“As the island is closed to visitors during the season to give the pups and mothers peace, it’s a spectacle that usually not many people get to witness.”
The BBC Two show begins on October 27 at 8pm.