Starks? That's a new species for me! I had to look them up and was very intrigued. Nice capture!
Fantastic critters and amazing angle in these pictures!Léia
You're back, wecome home. Did they fix it?
Starks are a new bird for me too. Very nice photos!
Spring has won! Let the green begin.
Good shots Joo !! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
I had heard about storks as a child. But I had never seen one. Until, when in the U.S. Navy, we spent some time in Morocco. There I saw storks for the first time...I think they are beautiful birds and your photos are excellent.Now, I have seen wood storks in Florida - in fact, right here in Stone Creek. They look very similar to the birds in your pictures.
Lovely images of the storks joo.A lovely bird I have yet to see in the wild.
Love the Storks--so high up there!!They look like bi-planes when they fly with those big flat wings!
Mialam takie wlasnie zalozenie,sfotografowac bocki, bedac ostatnim razem w Polsce - ale mnie wyreczylas! They are special and beautiful! Juz obserwuje!
wonderful photos, I'd love to see storks nesting like this in real life!
Great capture! I once saw storks and that was in France, many years ago...
I can recall seeing 000's in Bulgaria .. the ultimate high rise nester. Lovely post.
neat! what a sight!
Cool images if the storks, I would like to see these in the wild some day. Thanks for sharing.
Lovely big birds perched almost precariously up there! :)Lovely shots against that gorgeous sky!
Hi there - I remember see storks when I was in Turkey - splendid birds. They nested all over the place.Cheers - Stewart M - Australia.
So wonderful -- how cool to see the storks nesting!
Hello, good morning, I came to invite you to meet DECORATED HOME!HugValeria
Do you know there are several colonies of storks here that don't migrate anymore? Yes, they already spend winter in Portugal. Global warming effect?
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