Also known as the small spoonbill, the black-faced heron, the black spoonbill, the gargoyle, commonly known as the rice-boiled bird, the black-faced spoon, and the bird-watching bird in Taiwan is commonly known as the "black scorpion. Because of its flat, spoon-shaped long mouth, The cymbals in Chinese musical instruments are very similar, hence the name; elegant postures, and the nicknames of "black-faced angels" and "black-faced dancers"; belonging to the scorpionidae, the scorpionidae, the geese, the scorpion There are six species of birds in the world, among which the number of black-faced spoonbills is the rarest (one of the six species of spoonbills is known as the black-faced spoonbill endangered species) and is one of the most endangered species in the world. When the black-faced spoonbills spend their winters from January to March each year, Southeast Asian bird watchers will observe the winter conditions and count the number. Black-faced Spoonbill is currently only active in East Asia and Southeast Asia.
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