The Recurvirostridae are a family of birds called stilts and avocets. This family is made up of 3 genera and 10 species.

  • Echasse blanche

    Black-winged Stilt

    The Black-winged Stilt belonging to the group of waders is recognizable by its thin, straight beak, its white body plumage, its black wings, its very long red legs which clearly protrude from the tail in flight. Both sexes are almost alike

  • Pied Avocet

    The Pied Avocet well deserves its name and has not usurped its qualifier of elegant. This large wader is easily recognizable with its fine black beak curved upwards, its white plumage dotted with black spots, its gray blue legs, the feet are webbed.