A Landkey couple are desperately hoping someone can help them find their wolf whistling African grey parrot and have offered a large reward for information leading to her return. Seven-month-old Bella escaped from the home of Darran Mackie and Catherine S

A Landkey couple are desperately hoping someone can help them find their wolf whistling African grey parrot and have offered a large reward for information leading to her return.Seven-month-old Bella escaped from the home of Darran Mackie and Catherine Short at Barleycorn Fields in the village on Sunday afternoon (November 23) at about 2pm and they have been combing nearby streets ever since in the hope of finding their beloved pet.A sad coincidence of circumstances saw the parrot take fright and fly after a box was accidentally dropped in a nearby room, the bird escaping as a door was opened and before it could be closed.The couple knocked on all their neighbours' doors and searched back gardens, as well as notifying the RSPCA, Animal Ambulance and local vets, but so far there has been no sign.They described Bella as "a much loved member of the family" and are anxious to find her, especially since temperatures have plummeted in recent days.She does not talk, but does like to imitate loud wolf whistles, although she is very shy of strangers. Anyone who can help, or has seen or heard Bella is asked to call Darran or Catherine on (01271) 830354.