Thursday, May 15, 2014, 17:13 by
Tom Wilkinson, Press Association
Bird experts were puzzled after a razorbill was rescued 60 miles from the coast - only the third time in a century that the seabird has been spotted inland.
Vanessa Hill was on the way to pick up her daughter from school in Tockwith, North Yorkshire, when she saw what she thought was a penguin on the quiet country lane.
The mother, who runs Leeds Cat Rescue, coaxed the bird into a bag and took it to a vets to be checked over.
She said: "He looked a bit confused when I found him and was very indignant when I tried to gather him up - I got a nasty peck for my troubles too.
"I looked online to see where razorbills 'hang out' and came across RSPB Bempton Cliffs, so got in touch with them."