Black Stork Nests in Europe

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Thank you very much, Biker, for this interesting link.
Great site, they seem very dedicated and go out of their way. I wish them much success.
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With pleasure :)
Yes, it is interesting to see wich occupants, visitors, guests eg uhus appears and so documented, only with photos, see what happens on the BS nests over the years.
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PL LÓDŹ DAB
Data from 09/11/21
No major changes to ours.
Florek on fish ponds in front of the Vistula, September 11, 2021; 15:58; 50.3694048 ° 20.9914048 °
Freesia still on the Danube near Galati (Romania) 09/11/2021; 03:59; 45.3695488 ° 27.9750432 °
The Finesse did not send a new signal.

Data from 18/09/21
Florek still on the same ponds
GPS: 2021-09-18 15:57:19
50.3699008 ° 20.9882144 °
Freesia is still on the Danube
GPS: 2021-09-18 07:59:31
45.3679808 ° 27.9786912 °
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An injured young black stork will stay in Makov for winter: https://www.facebook.com/liborZmakova/v ... 1ODkxMjc2/
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PL ŁÓDŹ DAB
Freesia has already reached its wintering grounds, Ethiopia. Florek gave the last signal on October 3, he was on the Nile near Luxor. The Sahara before him, and contact was cut off. We hope that he flew over the desert and he will answer when he reaches the Sub-Saharan region.
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