Black Stork Nests in Europe

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Fermina came back and fed the chicks solidly :)
I knew it would be like that. Fer found a little body and took it out
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PL - Łodz, nest on the oak (gniazdo na dębie)
https://youtu.be/WZB4sFfazFk

(with male Florek)
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and female Fermina is back, great feeding - much, much frogs :D

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IT Parco Gallipoli
http://www.cicognaparcogallipoli.it/cicogna_nera_live

- chicks: 01.05. + 01.05. + 02.05.

happy trio :headroll:

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Fed separately...
New message from pan Libor in FB:
https://www.facebook.com/liborZmakova/v ... 2019811413
Feeding a small black stork 🔊🔊🔊
As you may know, our female black stork killed the smallest chick in the nest (this is very common in nature). The third smallest was also noticeably smaller than the two oldest siblings. So we temporarily removed it from the nest and feed it by hand. If possible, he is in as little contact with the caregivers as possible so that he does not get used to them. In about a week we will try to return it to the nest 🙏🙏. We'll see, keep your fingers crossed for him, he'll need it.
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June 6
Hello everyone :hi:


PL - Łodz, nest on the oak (gniazdo na dębie)
https://youtu.be/WZB4sFfazFk

- chicks: 22.05. + 23.05. + 24.05. + 25.05.
brood reduction - the youngest chick (June 3, 07:40)
Justyna wrote: June 6th, 2021, 2:18 pmPL DAB ŁÓDŹ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgS8L75pwaE&t=5s
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PL, Notecka forest
https://youtu.be/h-gQ6q2Lm9U

- chicks: 25.05. + 26.05. + 27.05. + 29.05.
brood reduction - the youngest chick - on 29.05.

big, still too "fresh" fishes - probably later

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PL DAB ŁÓDŹ

Interesting information from P.Z
We return to the question - what are they building these barriers for?
Not for defense against a hawk. The hawk is a forest predator and it doesn't do anything to itself with a few sticks. He can maneuver perfectly and even if there is something sticking out, it will miss it.
The chicks still move around the central part of the nest - the one lined with moss. The twigs in the crown of the nest are on.
A marten, like a hawk, also feels great in the forest. It does not fly, but it climbs and jumps perfectly. It is not an obstacle for the marten, because our nest is located
On two branches and the marten can easily get to the nest after them.
Camouflage also comes off. A large nest is easier to spot than a small one
Flo showed the answer at 5:55 PM
first he stood on straight legs, and then he flexed them more and more.
The branches in the crown protect the contents of the nest from being viewed by an intruder
In this case, Flo wanted to hide from the intruder's sight.
Storks use these sticks to build a wreath behind which they hide

The young one did not get what Flo was talking about when he clung to the nest and straightened himself up. Flo didn't like it, but what was he to do.
In my opinion, the intruder was a man who passed by, but quite far from the nest.
Flo sat down to disguise the intruder, but watched him.
The man walked on, Flo calmed down and stood up.
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Makov. About 6 a.m. Tonik injured one of the storklets during preening and it was bleeding. So the injured storklet was replaced by the third one.(Luckily pan Libor saw it and reacted at once).
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June 07
Hello everyone :hi:

CZ, Makov - RS
https://youtu.be/xOsXWkp1_BM

- chicks: 14.05. + 14.05. + 15.05. + 17.05.
- youngest one perished on June 1 after attempt to brood reduction by the female, they take away also the third one for extra feeding
asteria wrote: June 7th, 2021, 9:26 am Makov. About 6 a.m. Tonik injured one of the storklets during preening and it was bleeding. So the injured storklet was replaced by the third one.(Luckily pan Libor saw it and reacted at once).
:hi: Asteria,
please provide only verified - true information

broken blood feather/s (Toniček just wanted to remove his "dirt" at 6.20 and and he really only did it for a brief moment - he didn't resume the bleeding)

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CZ, Makov - RS
https://youtu.be/xOsXWkp1_BM

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PL - Łodz, nest on the oak (gniazdo na dębie)
https://youtu.be/WZB4sFfazFk

- chicks: 22.05. + 23.05. + 24.05. + 25.05.
brood reduction - the youngest chick (June 3, 07:40)
Justyna wrote: June 6th, 2021, 10:30 pm PL DAB ŁÓDŹ Interesting information from P.Z
We return to the question - what are they building these barriers for? ...The branches in the crown protect the contents of the nest from being viewed by an intruder ...Storks use these sticks to build a wreath behind which they hide ...
:hi: Justyna,
thank you - I read it yesterday in the evening (I am there every evening - mostly quiet)

and also thank you for the all videolinks :2thumbsup:

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Solo wrote: June 7th, 2021, 3:53 pm :hi: Justyna,
thank you - I read it yesterday in the evening (I am there every evening - mostly quiet)

and also thank you for the all videolinks :2thumbsup:

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As much as possible and time, I will post a video;)
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PL DAB ŁÓDŹ
Fermina czy obcy?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m32jrJBM-0
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Solo wrote: June 7th, 2021, 3:35 pm June 07
:hi: Asteria,
please provide only verified - true information

broken blood feather/s (Tonic just wanted to remove his "dirt" at 6.20 and and he really only did it for a brief moment - he didn't resume the bleeding)
Do you mean that the pine feather somehow broke by itself?
Two other storklets have dark spots on their heads: that is verified information and everyone can see it.
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PL DAB ŁÓDŹ
Feedings of today
Karmienie Fermina
https://youtu.be/4IELYZhltuU

Karmienie Florentino
https://youtu.be/ggCg7owP7ho

Karmienie Florentino
https://youtu.be/yDiYG5nhFFE

Karmienie Fermina
https://youtu.be/N9A5PYiC1pc

Karmienie Fermina
https://youtu.be/M1b4ST_DEqo
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CZ, Makov - RS
https://youtu.be/xOsXWkp1_BM
asteria wrote: June 7th, 2021, 4:36 pm Do you mean that the pine feather broke by itself?
One of the storklets has some dark spots on the head.
1/ yes - we see that on the eagles nests some-times and it is described in the papers
2/ yes - the younger chick already came up with such a head (you can rewind) and Tonička had preened it too vigorously (she also pulled out fine down feathers), as it did not react adequately, so she intensified her behaviour
btw. we see that intensification by adult birds (usually males) when they “preen” the female's head to get her to move from the nest bowl
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