The return of Cornwall's iconic Chough birds

A bird that features on Cornwall's coat of arms is making something of a comeback in the county. The Chough has always been regarded as an iconic bird in the county - but disappeared altogether in the 1970s.

But thanks to the work of conservationists there are now 37 of the birds in the county - including three newly arrived chicks on The Lizard. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.