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Morning surprise, white stork

In the morning I sat on the terrace and enjoyed the morning coffee. Suddenly, two large “birds” sat on the neighbor’s chimney. I immediately knew that this is a stork. I do not know where they came because we do not have them in this part of our country.  White Stork is a well-known large white bird with black feathers, long red legs and beak. White Stork is a migrant who goes to large groups for wintering in tropical Africa. It comes back from wintering areas early in the spring. It usually nests from March to June, and the couple returns to the same nest year after year. A suitable place for large nests is found on ridge roofs, on chimneys and on telegraph poles, and nests in tree trunks.

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