WOLVES will once more be roaming the rural setting of Plas Newydd after a 3,000-year absence.
On Saturday (March 18), the UK Wolf Conservation Trust will visit the stately home in Llangollen as part of National Science Week.
People will be able to get up close to the trust's 'ambassadors', lupines Dakota and Duma.
The trust promotes the conservation of the species and local story teller Andy Harrap-Smith will also be at Plas Newydd to entertain with native American Indian tales.
Environmental artist Jane Thewlis, Plas Newydd's artist in residence, will be making a wolf sculpture and inviting visitors to help using natural materials from the surrounding woodlands and gardens.
There will also be games focusing on the grounds and its wildlife to examine the food chain.
Walking with Wolves has been organised by Denbighshire Heritage Service to look at biodiversity.
It is a free event open to all from 11am until 4pm. The Plas Newydd Tea Rooms will also be open.