Bocian Biały w dolinach rzek

00Storks are leaving our country. Their number is decreasing day by day. It’s a good time to sum the last season up.

In the first half of July, we controlled more than 2228 stork nests in the north-eastern Poland, in the territory of 9 Natura 2000 areas! 1628 of them were occupied by couples who had already started hatching. Unfortunately, not all of them have succeeded. Lucky enough were 1415 couples who bred 3516 chicks. Thus a statistical couple bred 2.1 of chicks. That’s a good result for the species, as it allows keeping a stable population.

The research conducted in Poland shows that approx. 4% of the young will die right after they fly off their nest. The main reasons for that are collisions with power lines and electric shocks. That is why we have elaborated a special protection device which eliminates this phenomenon in a quick, simple and cheap manner. We will continue to write about it.

 

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