I have no ideas for this. We have a old bakery with a high chimney (disused) and there is a stork's nest every year. What can I do?

man_made=chimney disused=yes description=stork's nest

Is this ok?

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asked 20 Sep '12, 17:55

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I'd say natural=birds_nest (there's already some usage of that tag in the db). Then add genus/species tags like the ones that are used for trees.

I wouldn't really worry about the fact that it's built on a chimey, but if you really want to maybe try something like nest:type=chimney_top ?

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answered 20 Sep '12, 18:21

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Hum, those natural=birds_nest are actually all in Antartica. Still they look legit, and is the only existing usage I could find.

(20 Sep '12, 18:27) Vincent de P... ♦

There is also 16 times natural=storks_nest.

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