Cotswold Wildlife Park visit

Cotswold Wildlife Park visit

News Cotswold Wildlife Park Visit The Cotswold Wildlife Park is an important partner in the White Stork Project, and their work is fundamental to the success of the white stork reintroduction in Britain. At CWP, there is a captive population of breeding rehabilitated...
2023 – A Storkingly Good Year

2023 – A Storkingly Good Year

News 2023 – A Storkingly Good Year Here at the White Stork Project, we’re excited to bring you an update of this season’s stork news. In 2020, Knepp became home to the first wild storks to breed in the UK for over 600 years, and they continue to delight, amaze and...
Bird Flu and What to do if you find a dead stork

Bird Flu and What to do if you find a dead stork

News Bird Flu & What to do if you find a dead stork Sadly, avian influenza (AI) is present in the UK with significant outbreaks in 2022, particularly at seabird colonies in the north of England and Scotland. There have also been confirmed cases in West Sussex....
A Year in the Storks’ Realm

A Year in the Storks’ Realm

News A Year in the Storks’ Realm One of our dedicated team of volunteers, Cathy Robinson, has written this wonderful post about her experience of volunteering with the White Stork Project: Prehistoric wings beat slowly, deliberately. The bird circles the tree,...
Thirty-Seven White Storks Take Flight at Knepp

Thirty-Seven White Storks Take Flight at Knepp

News Thirty-Seven White Storks Take Flight at Knepp Yesterday we released our latest batch of thirty-seven young White Storks at Knepp. Thirty-three of these birds were hatched at Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens earlier this summer, and for the first time this year...

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