White Stork

eats a number of animals, including insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, small mammals and small birds. Most of their food is on the ground, among the low vegetation and shallow waters. Its plumage is mainly white, with black feathers on its wings. Adult birds have long red legs and long ending in a red beaks, and measure on average 100-115 cm from the tip of the beak to tail, with wings with a span of 155-215 cm. Stork is a bird monogamous. Both partners are building a large nest, which can be used for several years. Both parents incubate the eggs and feeds the young. Every year the female can proceed once the breeding season, usually composed of four eggs, which hatch after 33-34 days the chicks. The young leave the nest 58-64 days after hatching, but they are still fed by their parents for the next 7-20 days. This bird has few natural enemies. The white stork is a large bird. A wingspan of 155-215 cm and its weight 2.3-4.5 kg. It has a length of 100-115 cm and a height of 100-125 cm. It has long legs, a long neck and long straight sharp beak. The wings are long and wide, allowing them to glide.