If you go down to the woods today you may well be in for a surprise, a reindeer has gone missing in Whinlatter Forest in the Lake District.
Borneo scaled a seven foot high fence after being spooked by a dog. Rangers have spent hours looking for him and now they're asking for help.
Samantha Parker reports:
A reindeer is on the loose in Whinlatter.
The animal was spooked by a dog which had got into its pen at the visitors centre.
After scaling the 7ft fence Borneo has disappeared into the forest.
Rangers have been out search for him and are asking the public to help them.
Barbara Thompson from the Forestry Commission said:
– Barbara Thompson, the Forestry Commission
He isn't in any immediate danger as there is plenty of food out there for him.
But we have school trips coming in to learn about reindeers and we'd really like to get him back for them and obviously his owners.
We've been out looking for him but it is like looks for a needle in a haystack!
He is a herd animal so we think he will end up with some sheep, cows or horses when he gets lonely.
Hopefully we'll find him.
The search is on to find a reindeer who has been missing for three days from a forestry visitor centre in Cumbria.
Seven-year-old Borneo was one of two reindeer on show at Whinlatter Forest, near Keswick.
It's said he escaped over a six foot fence after he was 'spooked' by a dog that got into his pen.
Staff at the centre are appealing for members of the public to help track down the animal, which was on loan from Scotland.