RJ sez, "Storks will choose the position for their nest for a variety of reasons and if that happens to be atop a man-made object, then so be it. Some are welcomed and encouraged, others not so. Yet their ability to build huge nests in precarious positions never fails to surprise. Here are some examples that may just take your breath away." Although many Europeans encourage storks to nest on the roof of their home - it is supposed to increase the fecundity of the householders - many would gasp at the inherent danger that lies in building one's home on top of a deadly current of electricity. In Denmark, however, the stork is not a welcome guest and so this would be considered appropriate alternative housing. The Danish believe that if a stork builds a nest on top of your house then someone who lives there will die before the year ends. These parent storks, however, will not be on the nest for great periods of time. This stork in Hungary is flying back to the nest to feed its offspring.

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PAPER TRAILS: Josh Duggar served legal papers in Ashley Madison-related lawsuit
Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
OF SUBPOENAS AND STORKS: Josh Duggar, 29, a used-car salesman, recently was served at his work in Siloam Springs with legal papers in an Ashley Madison-related lawsuit filed by Matt McCarthy, In Touch magazine reports. McCarthy, a Los ...

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PAPER TRAILS: Josh Duggar served legal papers in Ashley Madison-related lawsuit
Arkansas Online
OF SUBPOENAS AND STORKS: Josh Duggar, 29, a used-car salesman, recently was served at his work in Siloam Springs with legal papers in an Ashley Madison-related lawsuit filed by Matt McCarthy, In Touch magazine reports. McCarthy, a Los ...

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St.Pauls Review
Bill puts Carolina bay in park system
St.Pauls Review
?An overflight of the property by NC Wildlife Resources Commission revealed an estimated 250 breeding pairs of federally-threatened wood storks, making it one of the largest wood stork colonies in North Carolina and one of the most significant in the ...

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The Robesonian
Bill puts Carolina bay in park system
The Robesonian
?An overflight of the property by NC Wildlife Resources Commission revealed an estimated 250 breeding pairs of federally-threatened wood storks, making it one of the largest wood stork colonies in North Carolina and one of the most significant in the ...

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Red Springs Citizen
Bill puts Carolina bay in park system
Red Springs Citizen
?An overflight of the property by NC Wildlife Resources Commission revealed an estimated 250 breeding pairs of federally-threatened wood storks, making it one of the largest wood stork colonies in North Carolina and one of the most significant in the ...

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The Japan Times
Rare white stork likely hatched in wild, conservation group says
The Japan Times
TOKUSHIMA ? An organization promoting the revival of the Oriental White Stork, which went extinct in Japan almost half a century ago, said at least one egg laid by a nesting female has apparently hatched in Naruto, Tokushima Prefecture. The hatching ...



Burnley Express
Storks suffer a late collapse at Ashton
Burnley Express
That cancelled out and then overhauled James Dean's 62nd-minute strike, which had given the Storks a 1-0 lead. In reality, Padiham were second best to a lively home side that dominated the first half, only to find Storks keeper Michael Donlon in top ...



Maitland City Talk
West Orange Times & Windermere Observer
The second Screen on the Green feature comes to the Maitland Middle School Soccer Field at 1901 Choctaw Trail on Saturday, April 1. Next month's movie is ?Storks.? Please note that the showtime is 8 p.m. now that Daylight Saving Time is underway.



KNWA
Fayetteville Public LIbrary Spring Break Events
KNWA
The animated movie Storks will air at the library on Monday. In the movie, storks no longer deliver babies. Instead they deliver packages, until something goes wrong. The movie starts at 2:00 p.m. and is free for everyone. The library will host movies ...

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KNWA
Spring Break at the Fayetteville Public Library
KNWA
The animated movie Storks will air at the library on Monday. In the movie, storks no longer deliver babies. Instead they deliver packages, until something goes wrong. The movie starts at 2:00 p.m. and is free for everyone. The library will host movies ...

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