Stella and Ayud began building a nest in Calatayud (Zaragoza, Spain) 50 days ago. We are sorry to say that one of the 2 little storks that were still alive was not able to survive. We think that he got illness. The one that is still alive is the first one that hatched, and will begin to fly very soon, the storks will stay until September more or less when they will travel to Africa. The storks make turns every 25 minutes or so to take care of the babies. One takes care of the babies while the other is looking for food. Storks have the widest windspan (3m) of all living land birds. The best moments of the storks, like the eggs hatching, and the chicks in HD, in the web page www.hotelcastillodeayud.com (you can change the language, look for the section storks and then click on highlights) Stella (the female) has a white ring just above the right knee. Keep watching for the first flight of the stork, soon he will be able to carry on with his own life, before travelling to Africa.