Wildlife
The Avocet

The Avocet

The Avocet

The avocet is a kind of wading bird that is available across mudflats in the world’s hot weathers. There are four diverse species of avocet which are the American avocet, the Pied avocet, the Andean avocet and the Red-necked avocet. This is usually found in wet environments close to the coast with swamp, marshland and wetlands. The accurate habitat of the avocet is reliant on the species as the American avocet is found on the Pacific coast of North America, the Pied avocet is discovered in Europe and Asia and the Red-necked avocet in Australia, the Andean avocet is natively found nesting high up in the Andes Mountains.
This is a very unique looking bird because of the reality that they has a long and thin, upturned beak which it cleans from side to side in the water to take food. Like other waders they also have lengthy legs and webbed feet to help it in hunting in the shallows. This is a comparatively big and strong species of bird, often reported to threaten other birds into leaving its mark. Avocets are moderately sociable birds and can often be seen hunting, flying, migrating and nesting in big groups.