Stock Photo - 22 August 2018, Germany, Gerdshagen: A stork drinks from a water basin in the wildlife sanctuary Struck. 16 kittens were raised this year, six of which have already taken off again. In addition to the permanent patients, about 180 emergencies are treated around the clock. Swallows, swifts, swan chicks, grey geese, mallards, stone martens, pond bats, young grey herons, young barn owls, roes, various owl species, storks, young owls, sparrows, buzzards, hawks and raccoons were injured here. They were nursed back to health and released into the wild. Photo: Bernd Settnik/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa. - Gerdshagen/Brandenburg/Germany

Stock Photo: 22 August 2018, Germany, Gerdshagen: A stork drinks from a water basin in the wildlife sanctuary Struck. 16 kittens were raised this year.

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