By WMNJBayley | Posted: September 25, 2015
The spoonbill species is of European conservation concern and a very rare breeding bird in the UK
The single bird is an easy spot being pure white and mixing with Canada Geese and Black Tailed Godwits as well as any number of assorted duck species. The Spoonbill is one of those birds who's name is descriptive of the birds features, its bill is shaped like a spoon which it uses with elegant sideward sweeps of their bill catching all sorts of small mud dwelling creatures.
RSPB experts say in the breeding season adults show some yellow on their breast and bill tip.