This video from the Netherlands says about itself (translated):
August 12 2014
For the first time in over 100 years in the south of Limburg province, young wild European white storks have hatched. This spring a pair of wild storks chose to nest on a pole at the restaurant of GaiaZOO as their ideal nesting location. They brought nesting material, various matings were seen and after a month of faithful breeding on June 1, three young storks hatched.
Almost two months later, on Thursday, July 24th, the first young stork took off, flying; the other two followed within a few days. Before they will go along with their parents on migration to Africa or to India in late August, they will still get some flying lessons. The basis for a new breeding colony of storks in South Limburg is hereby established. Filmed by Michelle Hollands.