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Birds & Their beaks

Large bill with a lower jawthat is longer than the upperjaw. The lower jaw scoopsfish from the water.
Long slender down-curvedbeak for probing theshoreline for worms andother invertebrates that lieburied in the sediments
Strong short beak withhooked upper jaw is fortearing flesh.
A curved and pointed billpicks out insects and spidersfrom tree bark.
A short, stout, conical beak isused like a nutcracker tocrack open nuts and seeds.

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Large bill with a lower jawthat is longer than the upperjaw. The lower jaw scoopsfish from the water.
Long slender down-curvedbeak for probing theshoreline for worms andother invertebrates that lieburied in the sediments
Strong short beak withhooked upper jaw is fortearing flesh.
A curved and pointed billpicks out insects and spidersfrom tree bark.
A short, stout, conical beak isused like a nutcracker tocrack open nuts and seeds.
Flat, sieve-like bill is used forcatching fish and drainingwater.
Long flat bill with a tip like a spoon. The bill is used like a shovel, sweeping back and forth through shallow waters to shovel small fish and crustaceans from the mud and water.
The bill is used like a straw,sticking it into flowers to sip nectar.
The beak is used like a drill to bore holes into the bark of trees so that it can get at the insects.
Short, down-curved beakused upside down forseparating mud and silt fromshellfish and algae.

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Flat, sieve-like bill is used forcatching fish and drainingwater.
Long flat bill with a tip like a spoon. The bill is used like a shovel, sweeping back and forth through shallow waters to shovel small fish and crustaceans from the mud and water.
The bill is used like a straw,sticking it into flowers to sip nectar.
The beak is used like a drill to bore holes into the bark of trees so that it can get at the insects.
Short, down-curved beakused upside down forseparating mud and silt fromshellfish and algae.

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