The bill or nib of a bird, turtle, etc.
Beak of Buzzard.
Beak of Hawfinch.
Beak of Hummingbird.
Beak of Tawny Owl.
Beak of Shrike.
Beak of Swift.
The beak of a fowl.
The bill of the Gadwall Duck, showing the comb-like 'teeth' that they are known for.
"Shell of a Bivalve Mollusk, inner surface. ad.a., depression showing the attachment of the anterior…
An illustration of a cuckoo with a butterfly in its beak.
Carved doorway with beak-head molding from Iffley Church.
The head of a bald eagle. The distictive white plumage of this area earned it its nickname.
The head of a golden bald eagle.
Genus Harpyia, it is one of the largest, most fierce, and powerful eagles. It has a crest of…
This small bird is native to Java, Sumatra, and New Guinea. It is noted for its large bill.
The head of a gerfalcon.
Foot of Peregrine Falcon.
Head of a sparrow-hawk.
A group of humming birds with particularly long and narrow beaks, well-adapted for sipping nectar from…
The red-tailed jacamar, native to the island of Trinidad.
European Kites are very miscellaneous feeders, but depend largely on offal, and in the eastern tropics…
The head of a moorfowl.
"In ornithology, having the beak broad and deeply cleft, as a swallow, swift, or goatsucker" or nightjar.…
Illustration of the head of an osprey, a larger bird of prey.
An illustration of an ostrich with a doll in its beak.
Head of an eagle owl. It has large eyes for seeing at night, and a hooked beak for snaring its prey.
The fore part of a ship.
The head of a tufted puffin.
The head of a rooster.
"Generic details of a Myiadestes townsendi (Townsend's Flycatching Thrush); bill and foot nat. size,…
A species native to Africa, the crowned tock possess an enormous red bill.
"The Toucan, in ornithology, is the popular name of any bird of the genus Rhamphastos. They are all…
"One of the smaller Vulturidae, of a genus differing from the true vultures in the slender bill, which…
Having the plumage extremely lax and soft; rounded wings much shorter thn long, narrow, graduated tail;…