A red panda which escaped from a Birmingham nature reserve four days ago has been recaptured - after it was spotted hiding 60ft up a tree.
Keepers at Birmingham Nature Centre discovered the creature, named Babu, about a mile away from where it vanished.
A spokesman for the city council-run centre said: "He was about 60ft up a tree when he was found and everyone at the centre is delighted to have him back."
The panda was found in Birmingham's Holders Lane Woods.
Residents in the area around the nature centre had been asked to check trees and sheds for Babu, who had made an unsuccessful attempt to escape from the centre earlier last week. One of two males brought to the centre from Bristol Zoo in March this year, Babu is thought to have escaped over a fence early on Sunday.
Although the red panda's diet consists primarily of bamboo, Babu is thought to have survived during his foray by eating fruit and berries from trees in the area surrounding the nature centre and was also spotted dining at a bird table in the Edgbaston area.
Geoff Cole, Birmingham's assistant director for parks, sports and events, said: "We are immensely relieved to have Babu back and reunited with his brother Tensing.
"Since their arrival here, the red pandas have been the centre's most popular attraction.
"We are totally committed to the care of these animals and the breeding programme that they are a part of."