Those Amazing Beaks
Birds that eat other animals have very sharp beaks. They use the hook of their beak to tear food apart, like hawks, owls, and eagles.
Birds that dig under bark for their food have long, skinny beaks, like woodpeckers.
Birds that eat seeds have short, stout beaks, like chickadees and finches.
Birds that eat fish and water plants have spoon-like beaks, like ducks, pelicans, and flamingos.