Sunday, May 1, 2011

Bird 2

Continuing on our voyage in the Baly Bay area, we spot a massive flock of Spoonbills. They're named, obviously, for their spoon-shaped bills. They resemble Storks or Herons, but never share habitats with them. We noticed that unlike most long-necked birds, they fly with their necks outstratched. Their young are often called immatures, or chicks.

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