Live streaming webcam showing bkack storks nesting and breeding in the Czech Republic. The camera is deployed by Makov Animal Rescue Centre which was establiched in 1993 to help sick, abandoned and injured animals.
Unlike the white stork, the black stork nests in more wooded areas near marshes and wetlands and avoids contact with people. Breeding takes place between April and May and usually 2 to 5 eggs are laid in late April. Incubation is performed by both the male and female black stork and takes 32 to 38 days. After fledging the young continue to return to the nest for a couple of weeks to be fed and roost and
at least one parent stays to protect them.