Makov - Animal Resque Station Storks incubating
Czech Republic

The pano shows two handicapped storks during incubating.

As I approched to make the pano, the female stork which was incubating, immediately it stand up but after about one min. it sit down and continued incubating.

Animal Rescue Center Makov was established in 1993 by the Czech Union for Nature Conservation. This Center is a part of the National Network of Rescue Centers in the Czech Republic. 35 aviaries built on the area of the Center cover 4000m². The Center accepts all injured or ill wild animals. It takes care of abandoned baby animals and provides first aid, veterinary treatment, rehabilitation, preparation for release and actual release back to nature.

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Uploaded: 26/04/2014
Updated: 07/06/2014


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