Sunday, 17 May 2009

Avian Architecture: The Precarious Nests of the Stork

Looks like it birds and bees week at Webphemera. We thought you would like to see this one, however. The sight of these nests is quite something - how the storks actually begin them would be beyond most people given the same task, or so we reckon. Take a look.

From the article:
Storks make their nests high. To us they look remarkably precarious structures, not exactly a desirable residence - the ‘des res' of your dreams. The stork, however, thrives at height most of us would avoid like the plague. Take a look at some amazing nests of the stork.

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Written by RJ Evans

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