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Who brings stork babies: Part 2

Check out the first post here

The weeks have passed and the storks have decorated the nursery

Pink or blue?

Dad has been out foraging

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And hanging out with herons!

He’s a tall fella. Those chicks are going to be giants!

After much pacing up and down the maternity ward great news!

It’s quadruplets!

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Okay so you can only see two or three little heads in this picture but there’s definitely four!

Now we need to see how they get on!

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10 comments on “Who brings stork babies: Part 2

  1. Expat Eye
    May 8, 2014

    Aww, warm and fuzzy start to the day 🙂

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  2. Oh, check it out! You can definitely see them poking their little heads out!

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    • lizard100
      May 8, 2014

      The photos don’t do it justice but it was very difficult to catch! They look so sweet.

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  3. Rambling Woods
    May 8, 2014

    Oh how cute and they are tall. I don’t always watch nest cams and things do go wrong and it bothers me. But it is nature at least and not man usually… I hope they are survive to adulthood…. thank you for linking in Liz…Michelle

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    • lizard100
      May 8, 2014

      The local bird protection association has a web cam video of a stork mother pitching her smallest chick out of the nest.

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      • Rambling Woods
        May 8, 2014

        Yes, that is what I mean… In barn owls nest ,the 2 latest hatching chicks usually starve to death

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      • lizard100
        May 8, 2014

        Yep. It’s a tough one.

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  4. Chloris
    May 8, 2014

    I didn’ t realise you had storks there. How wonderful. I saw them last year in Transylvania, they are amazing birds with surreal nests.

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    • lizard100
      May 8, 2014

      It’s a heady height. Amazing they can raise their families.

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