are hunting frogs, mouse, reptiles but also fish and small birds.
And of course insects. For feeding the cubs, Storks choke the pray
on the nest ground.
take off the Stork makes some jumps and then starts in wind direction.
Rarely one may see a Stork swimming or starting from the water.
Old birds are dumb, but they often clatter with their bills, using
a lot of different tones and patterns.
prefer meadow grounds with water places and groups of trees. They
don't like reed, when it's taking them the open round view. Storks
are in their breeding habitat from March till end of August. Then
they leave southwards.
are very adaptable birds. Also the Black-headed Gull which is presented
here, belongs to that species.
Gulls extended their breeding habitats far to the north within the
recent centuries, though in some areas Gull eggs are collected for
human nutrition purpose.
case of getting lost of their brood, Gulls are able to repeat breeding.
They breed in colonies at lake shore vegetation, at shorelines and
at islands. Black headed Gulls also form breeding communities with