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White storks are traditionally thought to bring fertility and good luck but have been extinct as breeding birds in Britain since 1416, or possibly during the English civil war.

That’s over 600 years!

More than 100 birds have been bred in captivity and released at three locations in West Sussex and Surrey, including Knepp, a 3,500-acre former dairy farm that was rewilded at the turn of the century!

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Waking every morning to the calls of the Cuckoo.

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Ho’okipa Waves

A Big Day! 

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Buried my head in the SAND!

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Spotted Flycatcher and Starling

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Bugged Orchid

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Maui Blooms

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