Storks are all members of the group of birds called Wading birds. What makes them different than seabirds is that they feed in fresh water.

As global warming and pollution damage wetlands and beaches, wading birds are becoming endangered. Because they migrate long distances, any area along their path that is destroyed affects the birds.

Black-necked Stork/Jabiru
[ Kids/Teens ] Provides information about the only stork found in Australia. Includes description, habitat, diet, and breeding.
Everglades National Park: Wood Stork
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Find out why this bird is considered an indicator species. Includes how they find food, how many nest in the Everglades, and how they are threatened.
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