Ninety white storks take off for migration


This video is about a white stork feeding.

Translated from daily De Stem in Noord Brabant province in the Netherlands today:

HANK – It was an impressive sight this Friday afternoon in Hank: a group of about 90 [white] storks took to the air. First the animals flew a few circles to make height. Then the group flew toward the southeast.

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