A missing vulture with a wingspan of nearly 10ft (3m) which flew off from a bird of prey centre has returned home safe and well.
Emmy the vulture went missing from Bedfordshire on Wednesday
Emmy, aged two, flew away during a display at The Bird of Prey Centre at Old Warden Park near Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, on Wednesday.
A spokesman for the centre said Emmy walked back into her aviary on Friday afternoon.
About 200 people from across the region rang in to report sightings.
Emmy is worth between £2,500 and £3,000. She lives with two other vultures, Daisy and Oscar.
In Africa vultures can hit a warm thermal high and soar at up to 10,000ft (3048m).