A Great Bustard - once thought extinct in the UK - has been spotted near a power station in South Gloucestershire.
The chicks reintroduced to Wiltshire were brought from Russia
The sighting was made by the Dursley bird watching group at Oldbury Power Station. The group keeps a record of which birds visits the site.
It is thought the bird might be one of a group introduced to Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, from Russia by the Great Bustard Group (GBG) in 2004.
The Great Bustard was wiped out in England in the 19th Century.