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Flora & Fauna Especially for the botanists and twitchers.

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Old 09-07-2020, 19:54
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3 there at the moment but now they are all so big I can't tell if one is the parent or if they are all the 'babies'
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3 there at the moment but now they are all so big I can't tell if one is the parent or if they are all the 'babies'
Parents legs are bright red, 'babies' will need another year to get there.
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At the moment just one of the parents is there.
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Two of the youngsters are having a real ding dong battle on the nest at the moment - diving at each other and jumping with wings spread - looks like a ral domestic Not sure but I think they might be hungry
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Default Winter Approaches..R÷ttenbach: Storks hatchery

I think everyone must be diverted with the virus and oncoming Brext. Little recent news of the storks on the forum so to reduce stress levels I hunted down the link to the Rottenbach storks: Just the one bird balancing on one (thin) leg with a stiff breeze ruffling the feathers. Rather him than me.
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I think everyone must be diverted with the virus and oncoming Brext. Little recent news of the storks on the forum so to reduce stress levels I hunted down the link to the Rottenbach storks: Just the one bird balancing on one (thin) leg with a stiff breeze ruffling the feathers. Rather him than me.
I have't seen a stork on the nest for ages - just pigeons which I assumed had taken up residence for the winter - one there now as I type
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I have't seen a stork on the nest for ages - just pigeons which I assumed had taken up residence for the winter - one there now as I type
I check in most evenings....what else is there to do! Usually see just one lonely stork standing on one leg. Is it mum, dad or one of the babies though?
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just checked stork cam and both birds on the nest
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just checked stork cam and both birds on the nest
Yes i noticed that they were back a couple of days ago .
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Yes i noticed that they were back a couple of days ago .
I wish that they would invite the herons that keep visiting my garden out for a holiday in order to give my fish a break. I have to keep on telling the grandchildren that their favourite fish, which I have had to replace, have changed colour!!
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They are getting up close and extremely personal this morning
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