By Kevin Unitt Monday 10 September 2012 Updated: 10/09 10:23
EAGLE-eyed residents are urged to be on the lookout for a bird of prey which has gone missing from Warwick Castle.
The white-tailed sea eagle flew off during a show at midday at Thursday (September 6).
The ten-year-old, called Stan, is mostly brown with a white tail and has a wingspan of six and a half feet.
His personality is described as "timid and he would fly away if approached" and he is most likely to be seen in a tree or on a post.
These birds are native to the UK but live in Scotland so if spotted locally it is likely to be Stan.
All Warwick Castle birds are trained to free fly in shows, meaning they are able to leave the area.
If seen call 01926 495421.
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