spoonbill

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A species of fish, Polyodon Spathula, native to the Mississippi/Missouri river basin
Any of various large, long-legged wading birds in the family Threskiornithidae, which also includes the ibises, that have a large, flat, spatulate bill
{n} a bird with a beak like a spoon
The ruddy duck
Any of six species (family Threskiornithidae) of long-necked, long-legged wading birds, inhabitants of Old and New World estuaries, saltwater bayous, and lakes. They are 24-32 in. (60-80 cm) long and have a short tail and a long, straight bill that is spatulate at the tip. Most species are white, sometimes rose-tinged; the roseate spoonbill (Ajaia ajaja) of North and South America is deep pink and strikingly beautiful. With a side-to-side motion of the bill, they sweep mud and shallow water for fishes and crustaceans. They fly with neck and legs extended and wings flapping steadily. Breeding colonies build stick nests in low bushes and trees. Some species, including the black-billed spoonbill, are endangered. See also ibis
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wading birds having a long flat bill with a tip like a spoon
The shoveler
Any one of several species of wading birds of the genera Ajaja and Platalea, and allied genera, in which the long bill is broadly expanded and flattened at the tip
See Shoveler, 2
{i} large wading bird with a long bill with a broad flat tip
The paddlefish
common spoonbill
pure white crested spoonbill of southern Eurasia and northeastern Africa
roseate spoonbill
A New World species of spoonbill (Ajaia ajaja) having rosy or pinkish plumage and, in the adult, a bare head
roseate spoonbill
tropical rose-colored New World spoonbill
spoonbills
plural of spoonbill
spoonbills
plataleidae
spoonbill