Woolly-necked stork
Appearance
The combination of the glossy black plumage, white woolly neck, and white belly and undertail are distinctive.
Juvenile and immature are like adult but the glossy black is replaced by brown and the black forehead extends further back on the crown.
Habitat
Usually near fresh water: lagoons, ponds and rivers.
Call
Seldom heard; a harsh croak.

Names
(en) Woolly-necked stork
(sc) Ciconia episcopus
(nl) Bisschopsooievaar
(af) Wolnekooievaar