Birds with Long Beaks

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Dalmatian Pelican: The Dalmatian pelican is one of the largest birds of the pelican family, that is also the world’s largest freshwater bird.

White Stork: The white stork is a type of stork in the Ciconiidae family which is a large bird among many storks.

Rhinoceros Hornbill: The rhinoceros hornbill is a large bird that has long and big beaks that belong to the Bucerotidae family.

Reddish Egret: The reddish egret is a type of heron that is native to Central America, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, the Coast of the United States, and Mexico.

Long-Billed Curlew: The long-billed curlew is a large bird with long and sleek beak that is found in North American and it belongs to the Scolopacidae family.

Keel-Billed Toucan: The keel-billed toucan, or the sulfur-breasted toucan or rainbow-billed toucan, is a bird with colorful beaks. 

Straw-Necked Ibis: The straw-necked ibis is a bird that belongs to the Threskiornithidae family and is found in Australia, New Guinea, and Indonesia.

Black Skimmer: The black skimmer is a long beaked bird, also a seabird that belongs to the Laridae family that are found in North and South America.

Grey Heron: The grey heron is a long-legged and long-necked wading bird that belongs to the Ardeidae. 

Red-Necked Avocet: The red-necked avocet is a wader bird that belongs to the Recurvirostridae family that is native to Australia.

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