About the Saddle-billed Stork
Also known as: Saddlebill, African Jabiru
Saddle-billed Storks feed on a variety of wetland prey items, including small reptiles, fish, frogs, and crabs.
Saddle-billed Storks have a striking plumage of iridescent black on the back, wings, tail, head and neck, with contrasting bright white elsewhere. They are named for their spectacular large bills which are red with a black band and a saddle-shaped yellow shield. Their legs are grey with pink feet and hocks.
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