Sonja

Sonja

Posted on 08/27/2016


Photo taken on April  3, 2016


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Ciconia ciconia
White Stork
Isny
Weisstorch
Baden-Wuertemberg
Muehlturm
Dohle
Corvus monedula
Jackdaw


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Mill Tower and Stork's Nest / Muehlturm und Storchennest

Mill Tower and Stork's Nest / Muehlturm und Storchennest
There is also a very curious Jackdaw sitting close to the Stork.... / Auch eine sehr neugierige Dohle nahe beim Storch.....

Hans van Dongen, Roy Lowry have particularly liked this photo


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Roy Lowry
Roy Lowry
Nice composition.
12 months ago.
Ron Hanko
Ron Hanko
Wonderful shot. Wonder if the storks prefer roofs to trees.
12 months ago.
Sonja has replied to Ron Hanko
This roof would not be a great spot with the whimsical observatory and the needle. The oldest Storknest in town is on a huge old house, the city hall, and there are nests in a modern steel antenna tower between the walled downtown and the wetlands. This is a nest by a new colony member only built this year, no idea if it is there to stay or was just a trial. Normally the stork apreciates a firm structure with a blunt open top, be it a chimney or smal flat roofed modern tower or a farm offering a wagon wheel on the roof ridge, swaying branches of old willows or beeches going back down again are not very likely nesting places, but I have seen worse constructions.
12 months ago.
Jeff Farley
Jeff Farley
A super shot Sonja, thank you very much for posting to Fur, Fin and Feather.
12 months ago.