Black-necked Stork Update

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Subject: Black-necked Stork Update
From: "Chris Lloyd" <>
Date: Mon, 4 May 2009 12:36:01 +1000
I spoke with the WIRES member who rehabilitated and released the
Black-necked Stork earlier this year. It was released at Shortland Wetland
Centre and after some wading it took flight and disappeared. Approximately
four weeks later it returned to the WIRES members house in southern Sydney
(about 10kms from where it was captured originally). It was in good
condition when it arrived but ate some food over 24 hours and then again
took off and has not been seen since.  This bird seems determined to stay
around the Port Hacking area for some reason. Ciao


Chris Lloyd

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