25 rarest birds you might have ever seen

#02 – Spoon-billed Sandpiper

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The spoon-charged sandpiper is a little wader conspicuous by its unmistakable spatula-like bill. A transitory flying creature, it breeds in north-eastern Russia and afterward goes around 8,500 km (5,500 miles) to spend winter in Southeast Asia. The principle dangers to its survival are territory misfortune on its reproducing grounds and loss of salt marshes through its transitory and wintering range.