A heavy-weight bird that has not been seen in the UK for 172 years, is to wing its way into the countryside.
Called the Great Bustard, the bird is the world's heaviest bird that can fly.
After a long campaign by Bustard-lovers, 40 baby chicks will be flown from Russia in June. Once old enough, they will be released into the wild.
As part of their training, the birds - which can weigh up to three stones - will be introduced to a stuffed fox so they know what to avoid.