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Wading Birds Storks

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Storks are members of the Family Ciconiidae, Order Ciconiiformes, and are related to Herons, Bitterns, Egrets, and Ibises.

Information listed here offers classification, range, habitat, social structure, diet and feeding habits, physical characteristics, reproduction, nesting colonies, threats, status, and conservation.
  • ADW: European White Stork (Ciconia ciconia)

    Information on this Old World Stork includes classification, pictures, breeding range and habitat, physical appearance, mating, colonies, behavior, diet, and predators.

  • Animal Diversity Web: Black Stork (Ciconia nigra)

    Features images, native regions, key biomes, mating and nesting details, size and appearance, diet, behavior, senses, and CITES listing. From University of Michigan Museum of Zoology.

  • Animal Diversity: Wood Stork (Mycteria americana)

    Covers, briefly, geographic regions and habitat, physical features, reproduction, flight and flocks, diet, predation, and listing status.

  • ARKive.org: Milky Stork (Mycteria cinerea)

    Information sheet discusses IUCN and CITES status, characteristics, historical and current range, primary habitat, feeding, colonial breeding, threats, and conservation.

  • Black-necked Stork (Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus)

    Species information includes basic facts, status, physical description, range and habitat, biology, threats, conservation, and glossary. Also offers pictures and videos.

  • San Diego Zoo: Stork

    Animal Bytes combines range and habitat detail with images, videos, taxonomy, measurements, species status, appearance, nesting, diet, feeding habits, and fun facts.

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