Until 1920’s, nesting storks were a familiar image in Föhr. You could find about ten stork nests on the island then. However, the landscape changed rapidly during the land consolidation in the 1950’s and the storks disappeared completely form the North Frisian islands and southern Tondern. The sad absence of the storks was clear. Situation started to change in 1990’s when Dieter Risse found an injured male stork. He named him Romeo and nursed him back to health. When Romeo recovered, he made a breeding pair with Julia, the tame stork from the enclosure and the first young storks soon grew up. Thanks to Renate Sieck initiative, several stork nests were built in Wyk and Alkersumer Marsch in 2006. The aim was to help further expansion, out of the enclosure. The initiative was supported by numerous local companies, associations and private individuals. Meanwhile, the stork population has successfully stabilized on the Föhr island with 20-30 animals.
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