Birds 

with Fascinating Long Beaks

Wood  Stork

Wood  Stork

Recognizable by its large dark brown beak, found in the Americas, feeds on fish, frogs, and insects.

Toco  Toucans

Toco  Toucans

Known for their enormous yellow-orange beaks, found in South America, feed on fruits, insects, and smaller birds.

Sulawesi Wrinkled Hornbill

Sulawesi Wrinkled Hornbill

Known for its large yellow beak with a knob on top, found in Indonesian forests

Great White Pelican

Great White Pelican

Recognizable by its massive pink-yellow beak with a pouch, inhabits lakes and swamps in Europe and Africa

African Sacred Ibis

African Sacred Ibis

Identified by its long, curved beak, found in Sub-Saharan Africa, Iraq, and Yemen

Silvery-Cheeked Hornbill

Silvery-Cheeked Hornbill

large pale beak with a bonnet on top, found in African forests

Black-faced spoonbill

Black-faced spoonbill

White-necked raven

White-necked raven

Known for its deep beak with a white tip, found in eastern and southern Africa

Grey  Shoebill:

Grey  Shoebill:

 Identified by its large straw-colored beak, found in Africa, feeds on fish, frogs, reptiles, and small mammals.

Greater Flamingo

Greater Flamingo