White spoonbills, also known as Eurasian spoonbills, are a white species of wading bird. They have black legs and black bills that are tipped with yellow. They also have a yellowish chest patch, and breeders have a long white crest. They are usually found in small to large groups, usually being in large flocks when they migrate. Southern populations can be resident birds, not migrating at all. They are also often seen flocking with other species of water birds.