A teenager who lost his bird of prey has been reunited with her thanks to a social networking site.
It was while the bird named Nekala was being flown at an event in South Yorkshire that she did not return - only to be found five days later and seventy miles away in the Yorkshire Wolds. Sarah Clark reports.
James Dickenson from Barnsley who's falcon flew away during a flying demonstration in South Yorkshire is over the moon to have her back.
A Barnsley teenager has been reunited with his beloved bird of prey thanks to Facebook. James Dickenson was heartbroken when his falcon named Nekala flew away during a flying display in South Yorkshire.
Luckily, the young female falcon landed near wildlife artist Robert E Fuller who appealed for her owner to come forward on his Facebook page and the pair were eventually reunited.