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INDIA/
RTXAV06
November 22, 2008
Migratory open-billed storks perch on a tree at a wildlife sanctuary in Raiganj, about 195 km (121 miles)...
Raiganj, India
Migratory open-billed storks perch on a tree in Raiganj
Migratory open-billed storks perch on a tree at a wildlife sanctuary in Raiganj, about 195 km (121 miles) south from the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri November 22, 2008. Every year thousands of migratory birds arrive from Siberia and central Asia to many Indian rivers, wetlands and sanctuaries in the winter months. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXAV05
November 22, 2008
Migratory open-billed storks perch on a tree at a wildlife sanctuary in Raiganj, about 195 km (121 miles)...
Raiganj, India
Migratory open-billed storks perch on a tree in Raiganj
Migratory open-billed storks perch on a tree at a wildlife sanctuary in Raiganj, about 195 km (121 miles) south from the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri November 22, 2008. Every year thousands of migratory birds arrive from Siberia and central Asia to many Indian rivers, wetlands and sanctuaries in the winter months. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1RWWQ
July 16, 2007
A migratory open-billed stork is seen perched on a tree at the Raiganj Kulik bird sanctuary, about 200...
RAIGANJ KULIK, India
A migratory open-billed stork is seen perched on a tree at the Raiganj Kulik Bird Sanctuary
A migratory open-billed stork is seen perched on a tree at the Raiganj Kulik bird sanctuary, about 200 km (124 miles) south from the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri July 16, 2007. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA)
THAILAND/
RTR1LMMV
January 26, 2007
Open-billed storks carry grass back to their nests in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province, nearly 80 km (50...
Ayutthaya, Thailand
Open-billed storks carry grass back to their nests in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province
Open-billed storks carry grass back to their nests in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province, nearly 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, January 26, 2007. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
THAILAND/
RTR1LMMR
January 26, 2007
An open-billed stork carries grass back to its nest in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province, nearly 80 km (50...
Ayutthaya, Thailand
An open-billed stork carries grass back to its nest in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province
An open-billed stork carries grass back to its nest in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province, nearly 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, January 26, 2007. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
THAILAND
RTR1LLK6
January 25, 2007
Open-billed storks are silhouetted at sunset while standing near their nests in Thailand's Ayutthaya...
Bangkok, Thailand
Open-billed storks are silhouetted at sunset while standing near their nests in Thailand's Ayutthaya...
Open-billed storks are silhouetted at sunset while standing near their nests in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province, nearly 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, January 25, 2007. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
THAILAND
RTR1LLK5
January 25, 2007
Open-billed storks take flight during sunset in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province, nearly 80 km (50 miles)...
Bangkok, Thailand
Open-billed storks take flight during sunset in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province
Open-billed storks take flight during sunset in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province, nearly 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, January 25, 2007. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND)
INDIA
RTR19RVG
October 23, 2005
An Open-Bill Stork flies over a wild life sanctuary in Raiganj, 195 km (121 miles) south of northeastern...
Raiganj, India
Open-Bill Stork flies over a wild life sanctuary in Raiganj, India
An Open-Bill Stork flies over a wild life sanctuary in Raiganj, 195 km (121 miles) south of northeastern Indian city of Siliguri October 23, 2005. Every year thousands of migratory birds arrive from Siberia and central Asia to many Indian rivers, wetlands and sanctuaries in the winter months. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
STORKS
RTXNX2C
October 22, 2005
An open-bill stork looks for a resting place among others in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province, about...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
An open-bill stork looks for a resting place among others in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province, about.....
An open-bill stork looks for a resting place among others in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province, about 130 km (80 miles) west of [Bangkok], October 22, 2005. [A Thai boy tested positive for bird flu on Friday, but doctors said he was recovering and there was no sign he caught the virus from his infected father who died earlier this week, calming fears of a human pandemic. New cases were reported in Britain, Romania and Croatia, but there was no immediate indication that they involved the lethal H5N1 strain of the virus.]
BIRDFLU
RTR19Q5G
October 22, 2005
An open-bill stork looks for a resting place among others in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province, about...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
An open-bill stork looks for a resting place among others in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province
An open-bill stork looks for a resting place among others in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province, about 130 km (80 miles) west of Bangkok, October 22, 2005. A Thai boy tested positive for bird flu on Friday, but doctors said he was recovering and there was no sign he caught the virus from his infected father who died earlier this week, calming fears of a human pandemic. New cases were reported in Britain, Romania and Croatia, but there was no immediate indication that they involved the lethal H5N1 strain of the virus. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
BIRDFLU
RTR19Q42
October 22, 2005
Open bill storks take flight over rice fields in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province, about 130 km (80 miles)...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
Open bill storks take flight over rice fields in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province
Open bill storks take flight over rice fields in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province, about 130 km (80 miles) west of Bangkok, October 22, 2005. A Thai boy tested positive for bird flu on Friday, but doctors said he was recovering and there was no sign he caught the virus from his infected father who died earlier this week, calming fears of a human pandemic. New cases were reported in Britain, Romania and Croatia, but there was no immediate indication that they involved the lethal H5N1 strain of the virus. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
BIRDFLU
RTR7GM4
July 27, 2004
Open-billed storks take flight from harvested rice fields in Thailand's Suphan Buri province, nearly...
Suphan Buri, Thailand
Open billed storks take flight from harvested rice fields in Thailand's Suphan Buri province.
Open-billed storks take flight from harvested rice fields in Thailand's Suphan Buri province, nearly 150 km ( 90 miles) northwest of Bangkok on July 27, 2004. Migrating birds, including storks, are widely blamed for spreading the H5N1 bird flu strain, which so far has killed millions of chickens and 24 humans, including eight Thais and 16 Vietnamese, earlier this year. Southeast Asian bird flu experts are expected to gather for a three-day meeting in Bangkok, starting tomorrow, to standardize ways of testing for the virulent bird flu strain and encourage governments to tell each other about outbreaks faster. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
BIRDFLU
RTR7GLV
July 27, 2004
An open-billed stork finds a resting place as night falls in Thailand's Suphan Buri province, nearly...
Suphan Buri, Thailand
An open-billed stork finds a resting place as night falls in Thailand's Suphan Buri province.
An open-billed stork finds a resting place as night falls in Thailand's Suphan Buri province, nearly 150 km ( 90 miles) northwest of Bangkok on July 27, 2004. Migrating birds, including storks, are widely blamed for spreading the H5N1 bird flu strain, which so far has killed millions of chickens and 24 humans, including eight Thais and 16 Vietnamese, earlier this year. Southeast Asian bird flu experts are expected to gather for a three-day meeting in Bangkok, starting tomorrow, to standardize ways of testing for the virulent bird flu strain and encourage governments to tell each other about outbreaks faster. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
BIRDFLU
RTR7GKZ
July 27, 2004
An open-billed stork lands into a palm tree as night falls in Thailand's Suphan Buri province, nearly...
Suphan Buri, Thailand
An open-billed stork lands into a palm tree as night falls in Thailand's Suphan Buri province.
An open-billed stork lands into a palm tree as night falls in Thailand's Suphan Buri province, nearly 150 km ( 90 miles) northwest of Bangkok on July 27, 2004. Migrating birds, including storks, are widely blamed for spreading the H5N1 bird flu strain, which so far has killed millions of chickens and 24 humans, including eight Thais and 16 Vietnamese, earlier this year. Southeast Asian bird flu experts are expected to gather for a three-day meeting in Bangkok, starting tomorrow, to standardize ways of testing for the virulent bird flu strain and encourage governments to tell each other about outbreaks faster. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
THAILAND BRID FLU
RTR6P4E
July 16, 2004
A migratory Asian Open billed storks sit in a tree in Ayutthaya, 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, July...
Thailand
MIGRATORY ASIAN OPEN BILLED STORKS SIT IN A TREE IN AYUTTHAYA.
A migratory Asian Open billed storks sit in a tree in Ayutthaya, 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, July 16, 2004. Thailand is culling wild storks believed to be carrying the bird flu virus. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang SS/TW
THAILAND BRID FLU
RTR6P3T
July 16, 2004
A migratory Asian Open billed stork sits in a tree in Ayutthaya, 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, July...
Thailand
MIGRATORY ASIAN OPEN BILLED STORK SITS IN A TREE IN AYUTTHAYA.
A migratory Asian Open billed stork sits in a tree in Ayutthaya, 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, July 16, 2004. Thailand is culling wild storks believed to be carrying the bird flu virus. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang SS/TW
THAILAND
RTRBE9O
January 28, 2004
A migratory Asian Open billed stork flies at sunset in Suphanburi province, 105 km (66 miles) north of...
Thailand
ASIAN OPENBILL STORK IN SUPBHANBURI.
A migratory Asian Open billed stork flies at sunset in Suphanburi province, 105 km (66 miles) north of the capital Bangkok on January 28, 2004. The Thai government said migratory birds might have brought bird flu to Thailand. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang SS/TW
THAILAND
RTRBE9I
January 28, 2004
A migratory Asian Open billed stork sits in a tree in Suphanburi province, 105 km (66 miles) north of...
Thailand
ASIAN OPEN BILLED STORK IN SUPBHANBURI.
A migratory Asian Open billed stork sits in a tree in Suphanburi province, 105 km (66 miles) north of the capital Bangkok on January 28, 2004. The Thai government said migratory birds might have brought bird flu to Thailand. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang SS
THAILAND
RTRBE9C
January 28, 2004
An migratory Asian Open billed stork flies at sunset in Suphanburi province, 105 km (66 miles) north...
Supbhanburi, Thailand - Kingdom of
ASIAN OPENBILL STORK IN SUPBHANBURI.
An migratory Asian Open billed stork flies at sunset in Suphanburi province, 105 km (66 miles) north of the capital Bangkok on January 28, 2004. The government said migratory birds might have brought bird flu to Thailand. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang SS/TW
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