On patrol protecting the 'first crane egg in 400 years'
The first crane egg in southern Britain in more than 400 years has been laid by a nesting bird.
The Great Crane Project has been rearing cranes and reintroducing them to the West Country since 2010.
The egg is considered to be so precious, it even has a round-the-clock guard to protect it.
John Maguire reports from Slimbridge, Gloucestershire.