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Large colonies of painted storks can be seen in winters from up close in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. The birds use the same nests every year, repairing the wear and tear as they arrive for the winter. The young ones grow large very soon, and can be distinguished from the adults as they have only black, grey and white feathers, whereas the adults have the distinctive colored feathers which gives the birds their name.