There are reports the search for Warwick Castle's missing sea eagle have been called off, 4 months after he flew away during a falconry display.
Stan the eagle has a 6.5 foot wingspan and handlers at the castle were initially tracking the bird to try and get him back.
But it's being reported that attempts to try and find him have failed, and he is being left to live in the wild.
Bird handlers at the castle initially thought Stan would not survive in the wild as he was bred in captivity and would not be able to hunt for himself.
But it seems the eagle's natural instincts have kicked in, and he is fending for himself somewhere in the Warwickshire countryside or beyond.
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Some viewers believe they have seen Stan, the eagle missing from Warwick Castle since Thursday lunchtime.
The White Tailed Sea Eagle has a wing span of 6 and a half feet and has been at the tourist attraction since 2004.
If anyone does see the bird, they should contact the handlers on 01926 495421.
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One of the four people rescued from the flats in Rainsford Walk has been taken to hospital.
After receiving the call at 12.31BST today, 25 firefighters battled the blaze which has now been extinguished.
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