Electricity and drought killing white storks

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The number of white storks is falling in many countries.
The extreme heat this summer is just the latest of many hazards they face – in Europe, in Africa, and on the long migration routes in between.
Nick Thorpe sent this report from Hungary, on a sudden spike in stork deaths there.
Electricity and drought killing white storks. Video, 00:03:25
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