Channel 4 News reports that: Something unusual has just happened in West Sussex. In fact the last time such a thing was documented was in 1416, Henry V had just defeated the French at Agincourt.
We first brought you news two weeks ago that wild white storks eggs had been laid for the first time in Britain in nearly 600 years.
Our chief correspondent – and chief twitcher – Alex Thomson has this exclusive report.
The White Stork Project has been closely monitoring three nests at the Knepp estate in West Sussex. After a 33-day wait, six eggs hatched in two of the nests.