- More than forty couples come here, which is a significant fact,but also what is important is that the inhabitants of Taras pay particular attention to the birds, take care of them, respect and love them. Also children are engaged in these activities of bird protection and therese were the reasons to choose Taras for the Certificate of "European Stork Village" – said Ferger.
- We have been supporting this tradition and area and we are goitnto continue to do that in future, jointly with thelocal government and Taras Administrative Office,not only to preserve it but to promote and use in a sustainable way – said Puzović.
"Days of Taras Storks" included many activities, and children contributed to it by their creative work of drawing, poetry, folklore. Now entering the village you can see the sign "European Stork Village", and only a dozen of meters farther is the Stork Street where most storks come.
Malpartida de Cáceres, Spain
Mala and Velika Polana, Slovenia