Black Stork (Ciconia nigra) Cegonha-preta

A shy, migratory species and nowhere is it so abundant as its White cousin. The Black Stork's habits are unlike also, as its migration starts a month later in the autumn and it arrives a month later in the spring. The juveniles spread out at the end of the summer and can turn up in the oddest of places, but are easily told apart from the adults due to their dark chocolate brown plumage.

Birding in Portugal

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