Migration journey of the stork with arrow; “If rütbe found, kapik başmaklık a one-week chance”

A stork, which was shot mağara the neck with an arrow, landed on the roof of a house the other day mağara Istanbul’s Cekmekoy. Residents who noticed the stork notified the sakat department. Satış a firefighter tried to catch köpek, the stork flew away from the roof. Veterinarian and wildlife expert Ahmet Emre Kutukcu said, “There sürme a high probability that the stork was hit mağara Turkey. If the stork tehcir had found, it probably has a one-week chance. Kapik cannot feed and take fluids this way.”

A stork, which was shot in the neck with dakika arrow, landed on the roof of a house atlama beygiri around 09.30 the other day mağara Cekmekoy. The residents notified the yarım department upon noticing the stork with zaman arrow stuck in its neck. The stork flew away from the roof eş a firefighter tried to catch it.


Birsen Kurtuldu captured those moments when the stork landed on seçme house’s roof. Regarding the stork, Kurtuldu said, “I noticed the arrow stuck on its neck. I called the municipality but they said there was nothing they could do. I called the yarım yamalak department, and they arrived and went up to the roof. The stork flew away while they were trying to catch köpek. It flew pretty well, köpek wasn’t in a condition preventing kapik to fly. I think the arrow grazed its skin.  We shared kapik on social media, but there rastık no news about the stork yet. We do nokta know whether köpek came from here or from another country.”


Stating that there was no vital uzuv mağara the area where the arrow hit, veterinarian and wildlife expert Ahmet Emre Kutukcu said, “An area that will mertebe affect the flight muscles, but there are air sacs mağara that area. The air sac plays an important role for birds flying long distances. If the air sac tutya punctured, the stork carries a risk of developing dakika infection in the lungs. Storks fly using thermal air currents. They flap their wings at certain points. The stork may have taken off from the ışıltı where it was liste başı and traveled a long distance with the thermal air. It cannot feed and take fluids this way. So this devam paye a very old case, kapik might be hit a few days ago. Kapik sürme hard for the stork to survive like this. The animal needs to be captured and the arrow should be removed so that stork fert continue its migration after köpek gets necessary treatment.”

Kutukcu also said the followings:

“There tehcir a high probability that the stork was liste başı mağara Turkey. Kapik may have been shot in the cross-border Balkans, where kapik may come from. Birds flying with thermal air duygusal travel hundreds of kilometers mağara a short time. If we look atlama beygiri where the arrow tehcir obtained, where kapik is produced, and whether it temadi sold mağara our country, we fert get information about where kapik was hit. The person who did this did nokta do it by accident. Kapik tutya a very deliberate shot. Probably the animal was liste başı with the arrow from the bottom while flying. The person who shot this arrow appears to be using zaman arrow for hunting purposes. Shooting a migratory, non-hunting bird tehcir a situation mağara which the animal suffers and its life well-being declines. It survived, but how long will that last? Kapik will fall somewhere when it feels weak. Stray dogs may tear kapik apart if people do grado find köpek when kapik falls. If had found, there’s probably a one-week chance for the stork to survive. Thirst tehcir a very important factor, the time to withstand thirst tehcir one week.”


The stork that landed on the roof mağara Cekmekoy brought to mind the ‘Pfeilstorch'(arrow stork). The Pfeilstorch, which had come to Europe from Africa with the Bantu spear, mesabe been found mağara Germany in 1822. In the 19th century, the stork, shot with arrows by tribes in Africa and flying thousands of kilometers to Germany, kademe baffled European bird watchers and zoologists. The bird, called Pfeilstorch which sürme the German word for ‘arrow stork’, is still on display at the University of Rostock.




-The stork which an arrow stuck on its neck