saddle-billed stork

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sad·dle-billed stork

 (săd′l-bĭld′)
n.
A large stork (Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis) of tropical Africa, having a white body with black wing and tail feathers and a very long black, red, and yellow bill. Also called jabiru.
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Slender-horned gazelles, rare Mhorr's gazelles, saddle-billed storks, secretary birds and West African crowned cranes live together at Unity Reserve, where safari-goers learn about the Zoo's ongoing efforts to save Mhorr's gazelles from extinction.
Q: Which large bird has species called saddle-billed, maribou, adjutant and white, and tends in Europe to nest on rooftops?