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N 273 B 5.2K C 196 E Jul 19, 2013 F Oct 16, 2014
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The Australian Heritage Brumby is a unique equine and epitomizes the spirit of freedom, roaming through rugged bush land and the harsh outback areas of Australia where they are free to run wild and survive in extreme conditions. The largest numbers range freely throughout the Northern Territory, Queensland and northern Western Australia as these States contain the most undeveloped and least populated areas of Australia.
The Heritage Brumby is the descendant of the first horses that came out on the ships from England with the convicts and first settlers; initially only seven horses arrived with the first fleet in 1788. These mares and stallions were sufficiently hardy to survive the voyage and further evolved in the 1800’s by natural selection and survival of the fittest to endure the intense heat as well as the cold and snowy conditions of various parts of this diverse country.
The name ‘Brumby’ is generally thought to have originated from an early settler, James Brumby. Horses owned by him were left to free range and readily adapted to the harsh climate of the Australian bush.

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N 419 B 15.5K C 346 E Jun 9, 2014 F Jun 29, 2014
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Each year the female usually lays four eggs, which hatch asynchronously, 33 or 34 days after laying.
Both parents take turns incubating the eggs and feeding young.
The young leave the nest 58-64 days after hatching, and continue to be fed by their parents during 7-20 days.

The White Storks build a large stick nest in trees, on buildings, or on purpose-built man-made platforms.
Each nest is 1–2 m in depth, 0.8–1.5 m in diameter and 60–250 kg in weight.
There are often nests close to human habitation, nests can be seen on churches and other buildings.
The nest is typically used year after year especially by older males. The males arrive earlier in the season and choose the nests.
Larger nests are associated with greater numbers of young successfully fledged, and appear to be sought after.
Storks have no syrinx and are mute, giving no call; bill-clattering is an important mode of stork communication at the nest.

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N 345 B 15.7K C 277 E Jun 2, 2014 F Jun 24, 2014
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Each year the female usually lays four eggs, which hatch asynchronously, 33 or 34 days after laying.
Both parents take turns incubating the eggs and feeding young.
The young leave the nest 58-64 days after hatching, and continue to be fed by their parents during 7-20 days.

The White Storks build a large stick nest in trees, on buildings, or on purpose-built man-made platforms.
Each nest is 1–2 m in depth, 0.8–1.5 m in diameter and 60–250 kg in weight.
There are often nests close to human habitation, nests can be seen on churches and other buildings.
The nest is typically used year after year especially by older males. The males arrive earlier in the season and choose the nests.
Larger nests are associated with greater numbers of young successfully fledged, and appear to be sought after.
Storks have no syrinx and are mute, giving no call; bill-clattering is an important mode of stork communication at the nest.

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N 370 B 15.4K C 273 E Apr 7, 2014 F Jun 18, 2014
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White Storks - Ciconia ciconia - Cicogna bianca

In many parts of Europe the White stork is an unmissable bird, attending to its huge nests on the rooftops and telegraph poles of numerous towns and villages. It is unmistakable, with a white body, mostly black wings, red legs and a long red bill.
Breeds in towns and villages on the tops of roofs and poles or, in colonies, in trees in open parkland. Feeds mostly in fields and meadows.

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N 357 B 15.5K C 249 E Apr 7, 2014 F Jun 13, 2014
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In many parts of Europe the White stork is an unmissable bird, attending to its huge nests on the rooftops and telegraph poles of numerous towns and villages. It is unmistakable, with a white body, mostly black wings, red legs and a long red bill.
Breeds in towns and villages on the tops of roofs and poles or, in colonies, in trees in open parkland. Feeds mostly in fields and meadows.

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Tags:   Ciconia ciconia ciconia stork white stork Cicogna bianca Cigüeña blanca cigogne couple Weißstorch Storch Witte ooievaar Ciconiidae cigogne blanche bird nest nesting nature animal bird photography fly flying dombes france oiseau stock photography my planet experience www.myplanetexperience.com canon


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