Birds have a wide variety of beaks or bills. Some are designed for opening seeds, while others are designed for catching fish or even tearing flesh to eat a small animal. Want to learn more? Check out our Reference Library section "Beaks and Bills." Or, just test how much you know.
Click on the beak used to tear flesh and eat meat.
Click on the bill used to catch fish.
Click on the beak used to drink nector from flowers.