Storm's storks are endangered in the wild and very rare in captivity. In 1988 I was so lucky to "discover" the first specimens ( 2 young males ) ever kept outside their natural distribution. Birdpark Walsrode had obtained 2 storks as being Woolly-necked storks and when they arrived at the park I directly saw this were not Woolly-necked but Storm's storks. Untill mid-1989 I took care for these birds and then left for a job at another zoo. Now I made a small - and almost surtainly incomplete - list of zoos which have kept this species and I hope other ZooChatters can give additional information about the current status. Europe : It seem easy to find out which zoos have kept Storm's storks in Europe because "we" have Zootierliste and here 2 collections are mentioned: Walsrode - Germany : as mentioned above 2 males arrived in 1988 and lived untill 1991/1992. A new pair was obtained in 2012 and these are still at the park. Vogelpark Niendorf - Timmendorfer Strand - Germany : Should have kept the species in the 1990-ties. A third collection - not mentioned by Zootierliste - also kept the species ( personal contact with the director of this zoo ). In 1989 I got a letter from the Vogelpark Schmiding ( now Zoo Schmiding ) in Austria in which he had some questions about the species because they also had obtained 1. USA : San Diego Zoo : had the world-first breeding with the species and if I'm informed right they now only have some ( number ? ) males left. San Diego Safari Park : some of the storks bred at the zoo went to the Safari Park, don't know if it is still kept there. Bronx Zoo - New York : Species is still kept at the Bronx Zoo ( number, sexes ? ) Zoo Maimi : in 2013 a single male was kept at this zoo, current status ? Forth Worth Zoo : in 2013 they seemed to have had a pair, current status ? Asia : I only know Zoo Negara - Malaysia had 2 ( a pair ) in 2013, current status ? As you see not much information and I would like to learn more about the history and current status of the species esp. in the USA and in Asia.