The American Avocet is one of four species of Avocets. Their unique bill is long and curves upward, great for foraging in mud flats for food.
According to the Audubon Society, The Salton Sea is one of “the most important places for birds in North America and is in danger of losing its ecological value.”
Salton Sea is a significant nesting, winter home, and migratory rest stop for more than 400 species of birds, with feathered visitors in the millions.
Range: Migratory winters along the Southern Atlantic and Pacific Coasts
Specieis: Recurviorstra americana
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- Contained in galleries
- Southern California Inland