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A Migration With Young Northern Bald Ibis

March 28, 2024

Climate change is impacting many species, among them the endangered Northern Bald Ibis.

DW Euromaxx | Flugunterricht für Waldrappe
Image: Markus Unsöld

Young birds are being reintroduced in Europe but have to be taught by humans how to fly to warmer climes – a 2300 km journey from Germany to the south of Spain.


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