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Collared (Stripe-billed) Aracari - Pteroglossus torquatusCollared (Stripe-billed) Aracari Pteroglossus torquatus sanguineus Trail between El Valle and Parque Nacional Utría, Chocó department, Colombia. Another subspecies that is sometimes split, with a nearly all black lower mandible and a black stripe on the upper mandible. It lives in lowland rainforest from eastern Panama to extreme northwestern Ecuador.

Collared (Stripe-billed) Aracari - Pteroglossus torquatusCollared (Stripe-billed) Aracari Pteroglossus torquatus sanguineus Trail between El Valle and Parque Nacional Utría, Chocó department, Colombia. Another subspecies that is sometimes split, with a nearly all black lower mandible and a black stripe on the upper mandible. It lives in lowland rainforest from eastern Panama to extreme northwestern Ecuador.

Collared Aracari Toucan

Collared aracari (Pteroglossus torquatus) The collared aracari is a toucan, a near-passerine bird. It breeds from southern Mexico to Panama;

Channeled-billed Toucan

Channel-billed Toucan (Ramphastos vitellinus) From the original canopy tower. When split, called Yellow-ridged Toucan.

Tucano

Toco Toucan (Ramphastos toco), also known as the Toucan or Common Toucan, is the largest and probably the best known species in the toucan family. It is found in semi-open habitats throughout a large part of central and eastern South America.

Birds of The World: JAYS

Birds of The World: JAYS

Lesser Bird of Paradise (Paradisaea minor), is distributed throughout forests of…

Ten perfect birdwatching trips

The Lesser Bird-of-paradise, Paradisaea minor, is a bird-of-paradise in the genus Paradisaea. The Lesser Bird-of-paradise is distributed throughout forests of northern New Guinea, and the nearby islands of Misool and Yapen

Azure-hooded Jay, Cyanolyca cucullata. Mexico &  Central America

Azure-hooded Jays, Cyanolyca cucullata: Origin, Description, Photos, Diet and Breeding

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is a beautifully colored, glossy-feathered bird with curled feathers on its crown. It is one of only three toucan species with red feathers on the nape and shoulders, and it is the most colorful of small toucan species.

Gorgeous babies in the wild Japanese Paradise Flycatcher with nestling Tiger and cub photo

PLATE-BILLED MOUNTAIN TOUCAN -  (Andigena laminirostris) - found in the west Andean slopes in NW Ecuador and SW Colombia at a wide range of high, mountain altitudes. This bird is mainly a fruit-eater and is quite active and noisy, making calls sometimes referred to as a pack of hounds.

This is a Plate-billed Mountain-Toucan (Andigena laminirostris) photo page of the Mangoverde World Bird Guide.

Pteroglossus viridis -Philadelphia Zoo, Pennsylvania, USA -female-8a.jpg

Pteroglossus viridis -Philadelphia Zoo, Pennsylvania, USA -female-8a.jpg

Keel-billed Toucan - Ramphastos sulfuratusKeel-billed Toucan Ramphastos sulfuratus brevicarinatus Canopy Lodge, El Valle de Antón, Coclé province, Panama. Sometimes called Rainbow-billed Toucan, a far better name in my opinion. It is widespread in lowlands rainforest from southern Mexico to northwestern Venezuela

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This snazzy looking bird is the Choco Trogon, also known as White-eyed Trogon or Blue-tailed Trogon (depending on which avian naming authority one happens to be using), and no doubt couldn't care either way for whatever we humans call it. Found in humid, lowland forest in north-western Ecuador and western Colombia, it was at Un poco del Chocó, a Biological Research Station in Ecuador, that Jonathan Rossouw captured this image.

Photo of the day – This snazzy looking bird is the Choco Trogon, also known as White-eyed Trogon or Blue-tailed Trogon (depending on which avian naming.

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