Sword-billed Hummingbird: The sword-billed hummingbird has the longest beak of any bird. Its beak is longer than its body!
Toucan: Toucans have colorful feathers and big, brightly colored beaks.
Wood Storks: Wood storks have long, sensitive beaks. They use them to find food in muddy water.
Black skimmer: It has long, curved beaks. They use them to catch fish by skimming the water's surface.
American White Pelican: American white pelicans have large pouches at the end of their beaks. They use these pouches to scoop up fish.
Roseate Spoonbill: Roseate spoonbills have long, spoon-shaped beaks. They use them to filter food from the water.
Eurasian curlews have long, curved beaks. They use them to search the ground for food.
Hoopoes: Hoopoes have long, downward-curving beaks. They use them to dig for food in the soil.
Pied avocets have long, upward-curving beaks. They use them to search for food in muddy areas.
Shoebill storks have big, shoe-shaped beaks. They use them to catch fish and other prey.