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Storks are migratory birds. They fly to Africa to escape the European Winter. In the Spring, they always return to the same place.
Their beak makes a characteristic rattling sound.
Conservation Status: not endangered
Global Home: Africa, Europe
Primary Habitat: Savannah
The white stork is a very large, white bird with black wings, red legs and a beak which is just as red. It eats whatever small animals it can find, such as frogs and mice. Storks are migratory birds. The white storks living in Central Europe migrate year in, year out to South Africa where they escape the winter. Storks raise their young in large nests which they often build in chimneys or church steeples.