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First wild white stork chick 'in centuries' hatches in UK
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15 May 2020
On 15 May 2020 BBC News reported:
A wild white stork chick has hatched in the UK for the first time in what is believed to be hundreds of years. Three nests containing eggs were being monitored at the Knepp Estate in West Sussex. The project to breed wild white storks in the UK is a partnership of private landowners and conservation organizations. It aims to restore a population of at least 50 breeding pairs across the south of England by 2030.
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