A water bird, often known as an aquatic bird, is any bird that makes its home near water .This category has various photographs of aquatic birds . for waterbirds.
As the name implies, aquatic birds feed on fish, crabs, and other tiny aquatic animals and travel about water bodies . Birds such as Cormorants , King Fisher , Egrets and more come under the category of aquatic birds . Birds that make their home near or on water are referred to as waterbirds or aquatic birds. Some definitions of “water bird” limit the term’s application to avian species found in freshwater settings, while others include all avian species, including those found in the ocean, in their scope.
Grey Heron : these are some of the wading birds of the heron family . It’s a common bird their wings will expand upto 6 fit . They stand for hunting fish
Black Winged Stilt :These birds love freshwater and saltwater marshes along lakes and rivers in small groups.
Great Egret : Mostly see near fresh or salt water for food hey they stand still for long time . Mostly they are living in tree or shrubs near water .
The red Wattle Lapwing : Wader belonging to the charadriilidae family; other common names are Asian lapwing and giant plover.
Western Reef Egret :Western reef egrets live across southern Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Send Piper :Spotted send piper and wide espies are common seabirds that nest near fresh water and fly low over the water.