Cornwall was the last place choughs bred in England, in 1947, before becoming extinct in the country. Now, in an exciting new success story, they’ve been brought back with a lot of help from their friends. Captive-bred birds from Cornwall are now flying free in Kent, and Jersey in the Channel Isles. And the aim is to expand the populations further afield over time. We follow progress of nesting pairs in Cornwall and see how they get on in this wonderful rescue project in beautiful places.