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- A gregarious, wading bird, a roseate has long legs, a long neck and is easily distinguished by its elongated spoon-shaped bill.
- Roseates get their pink coloring from the crustaceans they eat. As they age, their coloring becomes more intensely rose.
- “Head-swinging” its bill under water, a spoonbill detects prey in cloudy water, even in the dark of night.
- A roseate’s nostrils are located at the top of its bill, permitting it to continue breathing as it sieves the water for food.