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Although the weather is still quite cold outside, our Black Storks have already started their 6000 km migration from Africa to Estonia. If the birds manage to make it through this exhausting and dangerous migratory route, then Black Storks equipped with transmitters should arrive in Estonia in a month. Read more about it in Eesti Päevaleht: http://www.epl.ee/artikkel/593460 and check the birdmap, which shows where the Black Storks are currently located: http://bit.ly/dKXsbJ

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