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A collection of rainforest birds.
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Great Horned Owls eat small animals, including rodents, rabbits and hares, and small to medium-sized birds.
Toucan beaks are built lightweight and strong thanks to a rigid foamy inside and layers of fibrous keratin tile outside.
The African grey parrot feeds on a variety of fruits, seeds and nuts.
The male Resplendent Quetzal is well known for it's iridescent, emerald-green tail feathers.
Scarlet macaws primarily eat fruit and nuts, and will occasionally supplement their diet with nectar and flowers.
Ruby-throated hummingbirds winter in tropical deciduous or dry forests, scrubland, citrus groves, and second growth forests.
The breeding season runs from November to March and nests are constructed within the cavities of large trees. The Blue-throated Macaw is a Critically Endangered species.
Family groups of 5 – 6 birds occupy small home ranges.Great Green Macaw in an Endangered Species.
Red-and-green Macaws are usually seen in pairs, small flocks of several pairs.
Harpy eagles live in the canopies of tropical lowland rainforests.
Like many toucan species, the Chestnut-mandibled Toucan builds its nest in cavities in trees.
Grey-breasted mountain toucans are found in the northern and central Andes Mountains of South America, from central Columbia to southeastern Peru.
Hoatzins diets include plants leaves, flowers and fruits.
Indian blue peafowl, Pavo cristatus, (also known as peacocks) are native to Sri Lanka and India, but can also be found naturally in Pakistan, Kashmir, Nepal, Assam, Nagaland, Burma, Java, Ceylon, Malaya, and the Congo.
The most recognizable feature of hornbills is the casque, which is a hollow structure located on top of the bill. It may be used by males to fight with other males and attract females.
The Keel-billed Toucan is the National Bird of Belize.
The Rufous-collared Kingfisher is threatened by habitat loss.
Spectacled owls are characterized by white "spectacles" around their bright yellow eyes. (Source: http://eol.org/pages/1178320/details#morphology)
A medium-sized South American songbird.
Social birds that eat mainly fruit and insects.
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