Black-necked Stork

Black-necked Stork

Black-necked Stork is a large wading bird with the head and neck being black with an iridescent green and purple sheen. They are usually found near wetlands where it forages and survives on wide variety of animal prey. It is threatened by habitat loss, with clearing and draining of wetlands Read more…

Painted Stork

Painted Stork

The Painted Stork is a large wading bird in the stork family. Painted Storks are predominately non-migratory and most make only local movements. It is found in the Asian continent, covering the area from India and Sri Lanka to Southeast Asia. Their distinctive pink tertial feathers is what gives them Read more…

Asian Openbill

Asian Openbill

Asian Openbill or Asian Openbill-stork is a large wading bird in the stork family. It is largely found in India, Sri Lanka, and certain parts of Indochina. They occupy their entire native range all year round, migrating to specific destinations during breeding season. Asian Openbill’s bill has an unusual shape Read more…

Woolly-necked Stork

Woolly-necked Stork

The Woolly-necked Stork is a medium-sized stork and occurs from India and Sri Lanka to the Philippines, with a separate population in sub-Saharan Africa. They get their name from the distinctive white fluff of feathers on their neck which almost looks like wool. They are also commonly known as Whitenecked Read more…