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Storks Bewildered by Poland's Wintry Spring

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March 29, 2013
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After spending the winter in sunny Africa, storks arriving at their traditional breeding grounds in Poland this spring are literally ruffling their feathers to keep out the bitter cold. Instead of spring showers and April flowers, they are finding sub-zero temperatures and snow. Without the help of local people, they may not make it.


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