rq explains: The first black stork has returned to his nest! A rarity here and in the world, their nesting area is closely monitored and deforestation efforts are co-ordinated with ornithologists every year.
He’s not tagged, but experienced observers say it’s the same guy from previous years; his mate hasn’t returned yet. Of the three ‘šeit’ links at the end, the first is a live camera view of the black stork nest, while the third has five different live camera links to bird nests: white-tailed eagle, black stork, chickenhawk, Eurasian eagle-owl (whose Latin name Bubo bubo I adore) and osprey. According to the third text, the chickenhawks and the eagle-owls are already incubating eggs.