River Valley Aviary
Tropical East Africa; Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Madagascar
Adult yellow-billed storks have a smooth forehead and their face is orangey-red. Their bills are long and thick at the base. It is also slightly curved at the tip and bright yellow, hence their name. Their necks are also long and slender and grayish white. The rest of their body including their back, belly and breast is solid white with a small hint of pink on the tips of their feathers. Their tail and wing quills are black.The yellow-billed storks’ legs vary from a dark red to a light pink color and are long and skinny. The female storks are smaller than males.