Habitat of Storks

For humans, choosing the place where you will live is an important decision that we have to make. There are several factors that we need to consider like number of population, employment opportunity, expenses, transportation, crime rate, education system, and health care facilities. On the other hand, animals choose their habitat in order to survive and reproduce. They have to be near their food source and their habitat should be away from predators and other competitors.

Countries where they live

The 19 species of storks can be found in Americas, sub-Saharan area, Australia, and Asia. Since they have a wide range of diets and behavior, it is not surprising to see them living in different environments.

Storks have important role in the food chain. Maintaining a huge land property can be very expensive. However, you can rely on several animals to help your land to grow naturally. Aside from using sale codes to lessen your expenses, storks can be very useful as pest control. They have a wide range of diet including amphibians, fish, insect, rodents, small mammals, and young crocodiles. Moreover, storks eat carcasses that they found.


Due to the changing seasons, birds like stork migrate to different places since their foods are also seasonal. In addition, migration also happens due to climate change, destruction of storks’ natural habitat, poaching and hunting of humans, and increasing levels of pollution.

The main challenge of migration is that it is hugely affected by human environmental changes. Storks and other birds migrate in order to find food with the changing seasons. However, the increasing garbage all over the world prevents the birds of migrating. They simply search food from these scraps. Thus, waste segregation is a worldwide issue.


3 Responses to “Habitat of Storks”

  1. Anton says:

    In Australia we have so many birds like these.

  2. Cassandra says:

    Little by little these birds are going to be extinct forever.

  3. Laura says:

    The cutest birds I have ever seen.

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