Black Stork Nests in Europe

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All the four storklets are doing fine! :loveshower: :loveshower: :loveshower: :loveshower:
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Transmission from Skierki and Bolek's nest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwiS2Lb4A18
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Justyna wrote: June 13th, 2022, 10:30 am Transmission from Skierki and Bolek's nest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwiS2Lb4A18
Oh nice... thank you Justyna :2thumbsup:
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20.06.2022
Black Storks in Łódź Hawk attack
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wf840k452eI
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#bocianyczarneonline 🎬 YOU CHOOSE THE NAMES
It is high time that our young storks were given names and introduced themselves to you
We would like to thank everyone for participating in the game, for all the suggestions (soooo much interesting!) And voting - we stick to the tradition of names beginning with the letter F, that's why the proposal by Katarzyna Jackowska, who is with us as Joanna, wins.
😎 Authors of the most popular proposals:
Kasia Wojtyła, Ola Szkudlarek, Waldemar Borowicz will receive special prizes from us 👏 📧 We are already sending you a private message!
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Black storks are having a devastatingly bad breeding season

At the end of June 2022, the Nature Protection Guard Service of the Hortobágy National Park Directorate began monitoring the breeding success of the black stork population nesting in the Central Tisza Landscape Protection District.

Among the known nesting sites that have been occupied since spring, the pairs did not start nesting at several nests. In other cases, nestlings were destroyed during the hatching period or at a young hatchling age. In the tidal forests of the Tisza, only two of the 16 nests managed to find a chick, the National Park announced on its Facebook page.

As they said, the background of the extremely poor breeding results could be the insufficiency of the available food. Even though the winter and spring floods flooded the deeper areas of the wave field, filled the cubicles and backwaters, the dry, rainless period since the end of the summer of 2021 significantly decimated the population of amphibians and other aquatic organisms that form the food base of the black storks.

Surprisingly, nestlings with three hatchlings were found at some Black storknests , but the number of unsuccessful breeding pairs was also high, they wrote. The few successful Black stork pairs all spawn near small bodies of water and canals with locally favorable conditions. The successfully hatched chicks were provided with marking rings suitable for unique identification by the conservation guards.

The participants of the Ifjú Kócsagőr program also helped check the nests and ring the chicks.

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Two eldest black storklets from Makov were released in nature today. Two others will follow them tomorrow morning.
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Today two other BS storklets from Makov were caught and released. This year they are without transmitters.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_q829OKD7A
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This isn’t about a nest as such, but this week I saw on YouTube that the young man (with long red hair and glasses) who runs a stork sanctuary in Poland, is nursing a black stork back to health; I believe it has an injured wing.
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black Stork Juvenile are together with white ones :loveshower:
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A rather rare and therefore all the more beautiful experience: two young black storks passing through stopped at the white storks. When the sun broke through the clouds at noon, they flew up together into the big blue!❤️

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Very impressive photos! :loveshower:
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BocianiMy

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It's time for black storks to come back!
It's winter in Poland, but we kindly inform you that ... SKIERKA left Greece for Poland yesterday 🙂
She will probably stay in Serbia for a while, but her spring migration is very short (7-10 days), so she should be at the nest/nests before March 15.

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RR-Metalldesign.de Storchennest Hungen Ferienwohnung-Rahn.de

It's a white stork nest-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAi2sEfFAOs

BTW: I think the Blackstork wears a leg transmitter :puzzled: EDIT: it is a black ring. Number a few postings below.
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wrong pic .. sorry
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The first black stork has reached Poland :loveshower:

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The first black stork already in Poland!
Today Skierka returned from the Greek winter camp 🌍 to #NadleśnictwaBolewice. On the way she passed all 8 known nests and fell on one of her favorite feeding spots between the lakes of #MiedzichowskiegoParkKrajobrazowego. In 8 days she covered ✈️ 1520 km, so at a pretty fast spring pace. On the way she only stopped for a day in #RezerwacieStawyMilickie, but only because yesterday there was a cold front in northern Poland and gusty winds. Welcome to the country 😍
#SGGWLZDwRogowie #BocianiMy #Skierka
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Now I have better pics from the black stork. He wears a black ring
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I could read the number from the black stork.
I know, Urmas is interested, so I've sent him the Number and pics
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that was a lot of work :slap:
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