Head-Body Length:95-105 cm
Identification:The yellow-billed stork has white and black flight feathers and a black tail. It also has a bare red face with a long yellow bill.
Habitat:Freshwater marshes, lakes, rivers, and coastal lagoons
Diet:Carnivore: fish, frogs and insects
Reproduction:The breeding season is at the end of the rainy season, usually from June to August. Both sexes incubate their 2-4 eggs for a total of 30 days.
Social Structure:In the nonbreeding season, yellow-billed storks are usually in small groups.
Status:No special status