PEOPLE have the chance to get up close and personal with an endangered species.

A twilight walk will take place through one of the Natterjack Toad's few strongholds at Talacre dunes.

It will take place on April 15 between 7pm and 8.30pm gives people chance to learn more about the endangered amphibians.

The twilight period is when the toads are at the most active - and they may even sing attendees a chorus or two.

The free event is being organised by Flintshire Council's Countryside and Coast - and a ranger will be guiding the tour.

People are asked to meet on Gamfa Wen car park in Talacre, and booking is essential.

You can do so at