Storks are found in every continent (save Antarctica of course) so it sort of depends on which kind of stork you’re talking about. For instance, European White Storks migrate south as far as Africa.
It depends on the species. The European White Stork and the Black Stork live in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Some of these birds migrate to South Africa in the winter. The Wood stork, on the other hand, lives along the Gulf of Mexico and South America but does not migrate.
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