FOR many years the writer, while living on a country estate, had the opportunity of watching the efforts of young storks to fly. With a frightened fluttering of the wings they ventured at first just a little above the nest, each day increasing their efforts and flying somewhat higher; but it was only after several days that they ventured to fly beyond the edge of the nest.
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