Storks return to Thrigby Hall

In the Middle Ages, it was common to see white storks, which breed in continental Europe and migrate to Africa in the winter, nesting in the chimneys of England, but no stork has done so for 600 years - until now. (photo, video)

Ken Sims, director of the Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens near Great Yarmouth, England reports that a pair of the birds has built a nest  on the chimney there.