Introduction to the varied and specialized world of bird beaks.
Birds of prey have hooked beaks for tearing meat.
Some birds have beaks designed to scoop or spear fish.
Woodpeckers have strong, chisel-like beaks for drilling into wood.
Hummingbirds have long, tubular beaks to sip nectar from flowers.
Some birds have strong beaks designed to crack open seeds.
Some birds have beaks that strain food particles from water.
Some birds have long beaks to probe into the ground for insects.
Some birds have large, chisel-like beaks to access food.
Crossbills and some finches have beaks that act like tweezers.
Skimmers have unique beaks to skim over water and scoop up fish.
Spoonbills and some ducks have beaks that sieve small organisms from water.
Some birds have shovel-shaped beaks to scoop up food.
Crows and ravens have versatile beaks used for a variety of tasks.
Some birds have beaks that filter food from water.
Birds of prey have strong beaks to grasp and carry food.
Different beak shapes enable birds to access their preferred food sources.