Painted storks mating - Stock video

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Upload date:January 30, 2015


Painted storks search for fish in shallow waters. With their bills half open and shaking their heads back and forth, they will occasionally use a wing to direct the fish toward their open bill. They nest in colonies with other storks, ibises, spoonbills, cormorants and herons. Male storks gather most of the sticks for nest building. While young storks are able to call loudly, by 18 months they become practically voiceless.
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