Milky Stork

The Milky Stork (Mycteria cinerea) is found in coastal wetlands ranging from Cambodia, Peninsular Malaysia and the islands of Sumatra, Java, Bali, Sumbawa, Sulawesi and Buton in Indonesia. Due to habitat loss, today there are around 5500 left in the wild. The Milky Stork feeds on small animals including shellfish, insects, fish, and frogs.
Milky Stork


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